GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OR PORTFOLIOS ARE NOT PRIVATE NUMBERS OR TITLES.

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GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OR PORTFOLIOS ARE NOT PRIVATE NUMBERS OR TITLES. GAMBIA’S MINISTRY OF INTERIOR IS NOT QUALIFIED TO BE CALLED SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HOMELAND SECURITY UNLESS GAMBIA GOVERNMENT OFFOCIALIZES IT. DIPLOMACY MUST NEVER BE CONFUSED BY THE DESIROUS. Analysis By Essa Bokarr SY. Portfolios for The Gambia government have names they are identified with for every administrative or diplomatic reason. Calling the Gambia’ s minister of interior SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HOMELAND SECURITY is not correct both administratively and diplomatically. If The Gambia government itself chooses to change the name on paper by respecting codes of conduct within and F S R foreign service regulations then one would understand. Remember when the same euphoria urged the former regime to call ministers secretaries of state? It did not last we resorted back to what we know. Ask your self why USA is still not using the metric system then lean more.. Emotions or blindly copying others does not is signal

  1. Dawda Jammeh

    Well said my brother Essay..

  2. Nyancho

    Is this guy the President or Vice President or the Government Spokesperson?

    As it appears, he is the one that makes the most sound.

    Or perhaps, he may be the one running the whole show.

  3. Darbo

    He uses his private facebook to talk about offical matters! This man is a dictator in the making. He will make much sound becuase there are things he is hiding. Unssuspecting Gambians, Before they know its too late. The story of Jammeh should have been good case study for Gambians!

  4. Gambia

    Let’s please help this new government to help gambians to improve there living standard and to make gambia a better place for all of us.thanks

  5. Saja Sanneh

    Please tell us how to help the government. Gambian sex have already the government the biggest help by voting it into power with all the trust anfidence that go with that.

  6. Saja Sanneh

    Please tell us how to help the government. Gambians have already given the government the biggest help by voting it into power with all the trust confidence that go with that.
    What else does it want from Gambians?
    Talk to us, Please!

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