HER EXCELLENCY AMBASSADOR RAMZIA DIAB AS ENVOY OF GAMBIA’S PRESIDENT ADAMA BARROW PRESENTS HER LETTERS OF CREDENTIALS TO THE HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS HIS MAJESTY YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONG XV MUHAMMED V THE KING OF MALAYSIA.
Ambasssor  Diab  was received with honour and dignity. We have been informed that she has already started hitting the road searching for opportunities. Particularly  in the areas of education, trade links alongside coordinating a business forum where Gambias name will be on top of chart within the powerful business network of Kualumpur.
From the N I A torture chambers she rose to defy  and  resist tyranny against all odds. Ramz as we call her back home is indeed a strong lady whose legacy cannot be down played by contemporary Gambian history.
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  1. MR KOFI

    Gambian, Please let Commission of enquiry look into the sale Gambian properties overseas:
    • The Gambia Embassy building (Kensington Court (London),
    • The Gambia Ambassador’s residence (Ruislip, Middlesex, London),
    • The First Secretary’s residence (Notting Hill Gate, London),
    • The Gambia Embassy building (Rue de Tong, Dakar, Senegal) etc.

  2. Sambujang Kinteh

    All these sales took place in 2006.

    Those involved in these deals are still in the Gambia (some now worhing for the Barrow government in the one way or the other), except Yaya Jammeh.

    The proceeds of these sales are tax payers monies and must be recovered (either by this government or by the next governmen).

  3. Sambujang Kinteh

    All these sales took place in 2006.

    Those involved in these deals are still in the Gambia (some now worhing for the Barrow government in the one way or the other), except Yaya Jammeh.

    The proceeds of these sales are tax payers monies and must be recovered (either by this government or by the next governmen).

  4. Sambujang Kinteh

    All these sales tookh in 2006.

    Those involved in these deals are still in the Gambia (some are now working for the Barrow government in the one way or the other), except Yaya Jammeh.

    The former Jammeh Foreign Minister and Embassy staffs involved at the time are all alive.

    So what is the problem bringing these unscrupoulous public servants to book?

    Whatever the case may be, the proceeds of the sale of theese Gambian overseas properties, in several millions of dollars, are tax payers monies and must be recovered (either by this government or by the next governmen) by all and any means necessary.

  5. Sambujang Kinteh

    Corrigendum

    Sorry.

    The sale of these Gambian overseas properties took place in 1996 and not in 2006.

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