Two years ago, she was declared unwelcome to the Gambia, by her former boss dictator Yahya Jammeh. Today, Fatu Camara, the owner of the Fatu Network, is not only free to return to her native country, the Gambia, but she is also in the good books of the new president Adama Barrow. As evident on this picture, Ms. Camara is sitting next to Barrow—both looking charming and excited.

The duo met in Freetown, Sierra Leone, while Barrow was there on a state visit. Fatu, was just in time visiting the Manoriver nation. She met with Barrow and his entourage. 

Also in Freetown is Imam Baba Leigh. Baba Leigh, even offered prayers during his meeting with Barrow. Fatu Camara was in attendance.

Barrow’s visit coincides with Sierra Leone’s independence anniversary. He was accorded a red carpet reception upon his arrival in Freetown.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Ousainou Darboe, and his Permanent Secretary Dr. Njogu Bah, have proceeded to Cape Verde. A source, who reached us said Mr. Darboe is on an official mission to Cape Verde. 

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