Mamma Kandeh says NPP brought motorbikes to Niamina while Demba Sowe’s death was still fresh

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GDC leader Mamma Kandeh has said President Adama Barrow’s party, the National People’s Party, stormed Niamina West less than 40 days of Demba Sowe’s passing.

Niamina West has not had a national assembly member since January following the death of Demba Sowe, a GDC MP.

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GDC leader Mamma Kandeh in an exclusive interview with The Fatu Network claimed President Barrow’s NPP began scrambling even as the constituency mourned the death of their lawmaker.

“When my member of parliament passed away in Niamina, quickly the NPP people went there to measure roads, jumped from Banjul and passed all the constituencies and went direct to Niamina, thinking that the Niamina people are fools,” Mr Kandeh said.

He added: “The people [of Niamina] are more educated and wise than them. They are not stupid. They [NPP] were measuring [roads], bringing motorbikes even before the man’s death reached 40 days. They were going round campaigning, with the belief they could mislead people.”

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