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NPP AVERTORIAL President Barrow receives thunderous welcome in CRR north

Nov 17, 2021, 12:43 PM

His Excellency President Adama Barrow, Secretary General and Leader of the National People’s Party (NPP) received thunderous and tumultuous welcome in Central River Region (CRR) north as his Presidential re-election campaign progressed through the third and fourth days of the nationwide interface with voters.

Thousands of residents of the Lower and Upper Saloums, Nianija, Niani and Sami gathered in Kaur, Fass, Paleilei, Wassu and Karantaba Wollof to show gratitude to President Adama Barrow for the roads  under construction: Kaur to Jimbala, Janneh Kunda to Simbara, Kerr Gibbi-Chamen Nianija to Nyanga Bantang.

Satisfied residents of these previously-neglected communities described President Barrow as a man of his words who fulfilled his promises to them with the life-changing regional roads project.

Several speakers underscored the President’s city state policy as possibility citing key infrastructure such as roads, water, electricity and health care that will continue to be provide by an NPP-led government. 

With the unprecedented turnout in CRR/north, the region sends an emphatic message that come 4th December 2021, President Barrow will win the region with an overwhelming majority.

The elated President, in all the constituencies of CRR North assured of his commitment to building a strong and vibrant democracy post December 2021 that will stand the test of time.

President Barrow further explained his manifesto, programs and policies on infrastructure, health, water provision, education, energy, youth and women empowerment and employment, fisheries, skill, agriculture, rice production and productivity, protection of people’s fundamental human rights, justice and rule of law among other priorities.

He commended the people of CRR North for the rousing welcome and urged Gambians to vote for the NPP led-Alliance that would continue to promote National Reconciliation, National Security, Peace and Tolerance as opposed to oppression, anti democracy and divisive politics that has no agenda for Gambians beside revenge, insults and intimidation.

President Adama Barrow who is confident of a landslide victory invites all Gambians to his December 5th Presidential election victory celebration.

The National People’s Party’s led Grand Alliance will on Tuesday 16th November 2021 hold mass political rallies in Wuli Baja Kunda, Sarre Ngai and Kuwonku Ba while on Wednesday 16th November 2021, the president will hold meetings in Fulabantang, Jahanka and Janjangbureh.

The President is expected to return to the Kombos on Sunday 21st November 2021 where over two hundred thousand Gambians are expected to receive him in Kalagi and Abuko bridges as thousands others line up the streets.

Gambians will go to the pools on 4th December, 2021 and President Adman Barrow is expected to be re-elected with an overwhelming majority credited to his unprecedented development over the last five years and democratic nature.

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