ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL UDP’s CAMPAIGN IN NBR, CRR NORTH

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By Louise Jobe

The United Democratic Party (UDP),  continues with their political campaign in the North Bank and Central River Regions of the country.

In Sabach Sanjal and Saloum districts were the party had rallies, Rohey Malick Lowe told the gathering from Pallen Wolof,  Ngain Sanjal, Sarakunda and other communities, that they should cite the issues and problems affecting their personal and social lives, and vote for the UDP, if they want improvement in their lives for the better. 

”I would like to take this moment and opportunity to speak out in the presence of my humble father and UDP party leader Ousainu NK Darboe. He is the only possible solution and remedy to heal your wounds and  pains,” she remarked.

She reminded the people of the district particularly the women and youth that their major complaints are lack of clean drinking water, roads, markets for their produce, education, health and medication, all remain unresolved. He added that all the above mentioned issues are basic human rights which should be fulfilled.  Hence, she said, whatever Government is promising them as at now, is untrue, so that they can vote for them.

For Bakary Bunja Darboe alias B.B. Darboe, Gambians need to fully digest and support the five point agenda presented by the UDP.

The UDP party leader and flag bearer on his part, promised that the UDP’s five point agenda should be carefully understood by voters so that they can massively vote for his party come December 4, to assume the governance of the country. Mr. Darboe strongly promised to improve in the areas of agriculture,  education,  health,  infrastructure and construction, and also communication. He concluded by thanking his supporters at the rally and said they should by now, have seen the failures made by the Barrow Government.