‘Coalition leaders are to blame and not 3 Years Jotna’, says OJ

By PA ABLIE CORR

The former leader of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Omar Amadou Jallow alias OJ Jallow has said that the coalition leaders are to blame regarding the issue of 3 years or 5 years mandate of President Adama Barrow that triggered political controversy.

According to him, Gambians should blame the coalition leaders and not 3 Years Jotna movement.

“We (the coalition leaders) are to blame and not 3 Years Jotna movement. President Adama Barrow is not the architect of the coalition in 2016. He (Barrow) was never part of the executive and never attended a single meeting organized by the executive,” he remarked.

He made these remarks on Taranga FM radio during a current affairs  program anchored by Dr. Ismaila Sisay.

Asked about his thoughts on the arbitrary closure of the two radio stations, Home Digital FM and King FM and the clamping down on journalists, he responded: “The matter is at the court and I, therefore, want to limit myself on the issue.”

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