The Gambia

The Gambia

Please become familiar with the horrors and abuses faced by “We the people” in Gambia and take a moment to reflect upon the gravity of these ideologically mandated immigration issues that Muhammed Sillah, among others, have attempted to highlight.

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Hello Gambia is Muhammed's newscast of choice regarding the Gambian regime and Gambian affairs locally and globally. Run by former Gambian ambassador Essa Bokarr Sey and Baba Aidara.
Hello Gambia is Muhammed’s newscast of choice regarding the Gambian regime and Gambian affairs internationally. Run by former Gambian ambassador Essa Bokarr Sey and Baba Aidara.
http://hellogambia.com/

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