Kebba K Barrow, National Assembly member for Kombo South who contested under the United Democratic Party (UDP) has been elected as the new Majority leader of the National Assembly.
The United Democratic Party (UDP) won majority in the National Assembly with 31 seats, thereby, automatically winning the majority leader seat.
Meanwhile, Hon Samba Jallow, NAM for Niamina Dankunku bounces back as the new minority leader of the National Assembly. He was the minority leader in the previous APRC led National Assembly.
Meanwhile, the position of minority leader was put on vote by all members as the three political parties of APRC, GDC and NRP supposed to elect among themselves could not reach a concession. Therefore, the Independent Electoral Commission chairman Alhaji Alieu Momar Njai and team presided over the election and all the members cast their votes and Hon Samba Jallow, NAM for Niamina Dankunku and former minority leader emerged victorious.