GAMBIA GOVERNMENT REVOKES DR ZAKIR NAIK’S DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT WITH THAT OF HIS WIFE’S. AN OFFICIAL IN QATARR SENT A MESSAGE TO CONFIRM.THAT HE READ THE RELEASE FROM GG.
WE APPLAUD THE GOVERNMENT IN BANJUL FOR LISTENING TO REASON AND FOLLOWING THE PATH OF SECURITY PROFESSIONALLY NOT EMOTIONALLY.
Shared By Essa Bokarr SY.
Here is a testimony from someone who knows Dr Zakir in person, the official concerned is based in Qatarr and does not subscribe to extremism at all. He has always been focusing on Dr Zakir, qualifying the latter as someone who came to be part of Yahya Jammeh’s cabal for personal gain and fame. A caba that was and is still composed of souls who feed on CAVALIER attitudes.
Here is the message on Dr Zakir from DOHA.
[8/2,15:16] Salaam Mr Essa Bokarr Sy, we learnt about your new government’s decision to revoke Dr Zakairs passport which I personally believe is a very good move. In fact that will block people like him from traveling in the name of Gambia every where.
[8/2, 15:16] The fact that Dr Zakir Naik’s name appeared on the list of 270 people with diplomatic passports shows he was a pet for the former Gambian President.
[8/2, 15:18] With his wife as well.
[8/2, 15:20] Interesting because Zakir never mentioned the issue of his and wife’s diplomatic passports to us here at all.
[8/2, 15:23] I will try to reach him again and tell him that his diplomatic passport is no longer valid.
COMMENT: The above message is an indicator or a BLINKING light on the map of human intelligence. As long as the Barrow government is ready to adhere to the rule of law and remain impartial, some of us will support their efforts within the spirit of national interest and the duties of a citizen.
I do not wait to be given a job to fight for my nation and I have been doing so for years without expecting remuneration. I will criticise where necessary and support where necessary. GAMBIA before SELF is my guiding principle.
No friend, no associate, no group, no clan no tribe, no political party will stand on my way In Shaa Allah where Gambia stands to suffer. State House and Ministry of foreign affairs Thank you for listening to reason on this one. Mark you though if the contrary had to happen ACTIONS and words would have been served as that usual “constructive criticism”