Gambia is NOT unique in it's colonial history, Most of the world can lay claim to being oppressed at some stage, However if you compare the progress that other African nations have made since their independace with TG you will see just how much they lag behind.i dont insult british, i am talking about gambian history. we dont talk here ab our relations with gambian guys. that's nothing to do with my private life. would you like to come someone in your country and to become your master and you to become a servant??? i doubt! the wheel is turning to 360 dgrees. told to the belgium when they complained ab african who came from zaire. in the past, zaire was belg colony and belg colonists became rich there. same with gambia. instead to give for free, better to learn them how to live. "who is guilty, why to buy love?" they did everything to come in europe,no scrupuls, when you are hungry&family, you are ready to do everything to survive. it s their case and ladies are victims.
i dont hate them!
The Gambia receive million of £$ every year in EU aid ,contributions and donations from many international oganisations and charities and also has the advantage of foriegn investmnt by individuals through the tourist industry.
As someone who has travelled throughout Africa I can assure you there are people living in much more severe poverty than you can ever see in TG yet the attitudes and aspirations to their future are still honorable and they are more than willing to work hard for their family. Nation building takes generations as does chaging a mindset
It is education that is the key