Thousands of United Democratic Party supporters filled Brikama’s largest meeting ground on Saturday to listen to leader Ousainou Darboe.
UDP held a rally at Brikama SSP on Saturday evening but Mr Darboe who is recovering from a leg injury missed the rally.
The UDP leader however addressed the rally remotely from his Pipeline residence warning citizens against voting for anyone else other than his party.
“If you give your vote to any other box other than UDP’s box, let it be known that that vote is destroyed,” Mr Darboe said.
The warning comes exactly a week to presidential election on December 4 in which Mr Darboe is looking to stun his political son President Adama Barrow who is seeking a second term.
It will be the first presidential election since the end of former President Yahya Jammeh’s dictatorial rule which lasted for 22 years marked by extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances of political opponents.