PRESIDENT JAMMEH USING FALSE CONVOYS AS PARANOIA HEIGHTENS
By N Bah, Banjul
The Freedom Newspaper has learnt from reliable sources that paranoid and fearful dictator Jammeh is now sending out false convoys to deceive his perceived opponents who might launch attacks on his convoy.
A soldiers who has served in both Kanilai and State House as part of the president's convoy has said that there is no rational reason for the use of different convoys in different parts of The Gambia other than the increasing fear induced by the declared threat of armed insurrection by Sidia Bayo.
"With all the bravado and indifference of top Gambian soldiers to the threat of Gambian dissidents abroad preparations have been made to defend him and we are being urged to die for him. Instead of dying for president Jammeh I would rather shoot him at the earliest opportunity. The senior officers know that some us youngsters trained abroad are less slavish and blindly loyal to Jammeh and they have shut us out of important positions. More pertinently, I am pleased to disclose to your great paper that president Jammeh has been briefed by his NIA top caliber that any attack on him will be on his convoy not on military barrack as he initially suspected. This man is not taking any chances because he knows the army is divided and instability will ensure his ass is kicked off".
The source added that exactly a week ago president Jammeh had set out to go to Kanilai but suddenly took a U-turn upon arrival at Westfield roundabout which has send rumors in full flight among the army ranks as to what high levels of paranoia Oga has reached.
"I can tell Sidia Bayo that the silent majority of Gambian soldiers are behind him and will show their true colors when the moment of truth comes. We all tired of this man and his divide and rule tactics which has reduced the army into different camps with different loyalties. We know he is a killer who will do anything to stay in power. The young blokes in the army are no longer ready to do his dirty job and he is in for a bitter lesson if he does not quit".