‘We told you we mean business’: Elated President Barrow tells thousands of citizens in Basse he means business in terms of developing Gambia at launch of massive 100 million dollars Basse roads and bridges

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President Adama Barrow on Saturday told thousands of citizens they have not seen anything yet in terms of development as he presided over the inauguration of the Basse roads and bridges.

“We have told you we mean business with our coming [to power],” the president told citizens in Basse Saturday afternoon.

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The Basse roads and bridges were built at the tune of 100 million dollars and the president insisted this is no joke.

The president said: “This is why I said you should no longer refer to me as Barrow Manasi, say Barrow nata dokuwolela (Barrow has come to work). But we have not yet started in terms of the work that has happened, you have not seen anything yet. Do you know when real work will take place in Gambia? When the election takes place on the 4th of December 2021. This is when you will see development in The Gambia, after I win the election.

“This is because I currently have a shared government. You have some who want me to work while others do not want me to work. Those who do not want me to work are those in a haste to be president of The Gambia. These are people who have not seen The Gambia and Gambians but their own personal interests. These are the kind of people I have in my government.

“But these are hypocrites and Allah said he doesn’t help hypocrites. But on the 4th of December, the goats and the sheep will be separated. That’s when you will see President Barrow’s work as I will have my own government where our vision our way of work would be the same.”

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