Gambian President Diagnose With Blood Hemorrhage!
AS JAMMEH CONSTANTLY VOMITS BLOOD IN THE STATE HOUSE!
By Pa Nderry M’Bai
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On Monday, during my weekly radio program, I talked about the possibilities of the Gambian President Yaya Jammeh being sick, and he has decided to transfer power to his Secretary General, and the Head of the Civil Service Njogu Bah, until he (Jammeh) gets back to his feet. Well, highly placed State House sources have confirmed to this medium today that Mr. Jammeh is indeed critically sick. Mr. Jammeh is “terminally ill.” This is evident on Jammeh’s apparent weight loss, and constant withdrawal from the public view.
The Kanilai born dictator has been diagnosed with the symptoms of blood hemorrhage—(meaning that he is suffering from excessive internal bleeding, characterized by occasional blood vomiting). Mr. Jammeh’s ailing health condition has reached a precarious situation—which warranted him to shift power to his ignoramus SG, until he is able to effectively steer the affairs of the impoverished tiny West African state.
In an attempt to conceal his apparent health problems to his closest aides, and trusted lieutenants in Banjul, Mr. Jammeh has strategized a game plan: He has replaced, sacked, or transferred some of the security chiefs, Protocol officers, and bodyguards, who used to report to him on a daily basis on issues relating to the country’s national security, among other matters of state interest. Mr. Jammeh is working very hard to keep the Gambian public out of the loop about his complicated health problems.
Mr. Jammeh has reached a point that he can hardly effectively execute his functions as a head of state, said a top aide close to the sick Gambian President. “He is seriously sick, and he is hiding it from the Gambian public. He occasionally vomits blood. He has drastically lost weight overtime, and there is no sign that he will recover anytime soon,” the Presidential aide said.
There are few people around the State House, who are privy to Jammeh’s health problems. He has been battling with a “terminal disease” (medical condition) for a while now, but it seems the situation has aggravated.
Alhagie Martin, Jammeh’s longest bodyguard, who was recently elevated to the rank of Army General, and was commanding the Presidential Guards, was among the batch of Security Chiefs Jammeh yanked from the State House. Martin’s removal and subsequent deployment to Gambia’s Foreign Service surprises his own colleagues, including the Gambian population—given the General’s close ties with Jammeh. But there is more to his yanking from the State House, one Presidential aide said.
“Jammeh himself doesn’t have the mindset that he might die from his illness. That is typical of African dictators. You remember how defiant Qaddafi was prior to his toppling, and subsequent murder by the rebels. But in the case of Jammeh, he is aware of the dire situation that he has been confronted with. And as such, he has recently entrusted key security positions to his ethnic group. Don’t ask me what are his objectives. He replaces Alhagie Martin with Lt. Colonel Lamin Sanneh, a Jolla, whilst his sacked Chief of Defense Staff Masanneh Kinteh, has been replaced by Ousman Badjie, also a Jolla. General Saul Badjie too is heading a section in the military. You have Ben Jammeh running the National Drug Enforcement Agency, while Numo Kujabi, both Jollas running the National Intelligence Agency,” our source explained.
“Within the Army, there is power struggle among the Jolla officers. The same power struggle has been extended to other sister forces, including the NDEA, and the NIA—with Benedict Jammeh claiming to be running the show in the Gambia. I don’t know what they are fighting for, but it is evident that the Jolla Security operatives are privy to something that Gambians are not aware of. There is a lot of power struggle among Jolla Service Chiefs.”
Just this past week, the delusional sick Gambian leader fired his intelligence chief alongside with his Deputy, both of whom attached to the State House. Uncle Joe, and Victor Gomez were let go for unexplained reasons, said an NIA operative. The two senior officers were withdrawn from the State House alongside with two other NIA officers: one Awa Jarju, and Edu Mendy, the NIA source added.
With all these happening, Mr. Jammeh has curtailed the number of people who can see him during the day. He spends more time with his Cuban doctor getting treatment than functioning as a head of state. All Presidential briefings and appointments henceforth must pass through Njogu Bah, our source hinted.
The online search engine Wikipedia defines the origin of blood hemorrhage http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleeding as:
Hematemesis - vomiting fresh blood
Hemoptysis - coughing up blood from the lungs
Hematochezia - rectal blood
Hematuria - blood in the urine from urinary bleeding
§ Upper head
§ Intracranial hemorrhage - bleeding in the skull.
§ Cerebral hemorrhage - a type of intracranial hemorrhage, bleeding within the brain tissue itself.
§ Intracerebral hemorrhage - bleeding in the brain caused by the rupture of a blood vessel within the head. See also hemorrhagic stroke.
§ Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) implies the presence of blood within the subarachnoid space from some pathologic process. The common medical use of the term SAH refers to the nontraumatic types of hemorrhages, usually from rupture of a berry aneurysm or arteriovenous malformation(AVM). The scope of this article is limited to these nontraumatic hemorrhages.
Confusion Within The State House
Mr. Jammeh’s ailing health condition is driving him to making irrational decisions sometimes, our source said. He constantly recycles his security detail without prior notice. Even his own loyalists are beginning to question, or doubt his sanity as a head of state.
“ Thos of us who are in the know are folding our hands waiting for the unexpected. Our message to Gambians both at home, and abroad is: our President is seriously ill. You should pray for Jammeh's demise. He is trying to conceal his sickness. He is sick,” said a source stationed in Kanilai.
Mr. Jammeh is avoiding Western doctors for reasons best known to him. A Presidential aide said Jammeh doesn’t want to undergo medical treatment outside the country.
For the time being, with the help of his Cuban doctor, Jammeh is managing his disease in the State House. There are chances that he might suddenly die, if he fails to seek Western treatment, one of our sources warned.
There are certain seasoned intelligent operatives within Gambia’s spy agency—the (NIA), who are familiar with Jammeh’s recent health problems. The leakage of the story will no doubt shake the country, including the Jammeh State House. This is a top secret that Jammeh hates to relate to Gambians, our source hinted.