As Yahya Jammeh, is increasingly worried about Gambia’s uncertain economic and political future, the crazy dictator, has doubled down on his ongoing efforts to militarize his dying regime. The final hour is here! Jammeh is busy stealing and laying his hands on any movable assets and cash before his regime finally crumbles. Soldiers, with barely no economic expertise have been hired to serve as his financial foot soldiers. Below is another list of army officers redeployed to key financial institutions in the country.
Lt. Francis Jatta of the State Guard (SG) Signal Unit (Communication) has been attached to Gamtel and Gamcel. He monitors revenue raised by the two institutions; particularly revenues derived from international call terminations.
Captain Modou MK Manneh, an Adjutant at the Fajara barracks (GNG) has been tasked to monitor The Gambia Tourism Authority.
Lt. Richard Corea of the GAF Medical Services (GAF MRS) has been assigned to monitor funds coming from the United States (State Department) HIV/AIDS prevention program; UN AIDS and the Naitonal Aids Secretariat.
Abdoulie Saidykhan, together with a team of twenty three (23) NIA officers have been tasked to monitor and report all ongoing financial activities at The Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) and The Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA).
All Department Heads; Managing Directors; and Projector Coordinators are being warned to be extra vigilant. Yahya Jammeh’s goal is to use these army personnel to further steal from Departments.
In each of the aforementioned prastatals and institutions, there are NIA officers attached to monitor daily official activities. With the redeployment of the military to these key financial institutions, one is left to conclude that Jammeh’s faith in the NIA has shaken.
Officials should avoid entertaining or having any private conversation with the military personnel mentioned herein. They have been developed to tell on to workers and MDS. They have also been deployed to aid and abet Jammeh in his unfinished stealing spree.
Written By Pa Nderry M’Bai