Gambian closes down 2 newspapers

Sep 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: News24

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Sep 16, 2012
 
strange actions again, before the last excecutions he closed the radio station.

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Don't scare me Tutti, I am planning to show off the baby this winter :(

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might be something or nothing LLLL, lets hope so.

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Tutti K wrote:
strange actions again, before the last excecutions he closed the radio station.
I wouldn't be surprised to hear he's already done it! He thinks he is untouchable, and it seems after the first executions he pretty much is. Nowhere near the amount of outrage I thought there would be!

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he did say they would all be shot sat 15th sept in another post and its strange he closed the papers on friday the 14th but the world is watching him so who knows what he will do.

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Sep 16, 2012
 
on other thread they mention Jollof news on twitter and true, they stated in some linked article that he didnt do it so far. On the other hand there was today set up a group in Senegal, called National Transitional Council of The Gambia (CNTG)- that is what worries me further. There is a change about in the country and as a person who has seen political change and a peaceful one in Europe, the kind of a mess it can bring in African country...God Help Gambian People, all I can say. More here:

http://kibaaro.com/...
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There is some negative press out there, but for the most part, President Yahya Jammeh has done an impressive job of improving the situation in Gambia. He is a peacekeeper who has improved human rights.
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Cyper Jarju wrote:
There is some negative press out there, but for the most part, President Yahya Jammeh has done an impressive job of improving the situation in Gambia. He is a peacekeeper who has improved human rights.
are you in jammehs government or what ,singing his praises ,it does not matter what good he may do ,he ruins it all with closing down the newspapers who disagree with him ,he;s still a tyrant who rules his country through fear ,only when he gives gambians the choice the right to vote for whom ever they want ,without fear of being thrown into prison ,without a legitimate trail and sentenced to death ,jammeh will never be fully respected throughout the world .

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Cyper Jarju wrote:
There is some negative press out there, but for the most part, President Yahya Jammeh has done an impressive job of improving the situation in Gambia. He is a peacekeeper who has improved human rights.
i love it when someone is singing the praises of a dictator like the president idiot yahya jammeh who would watch his people staff if it meant it would make him reach, would sell gambia to the highest bidder if he could, the idiot who proclaims to have found the cure for aids, few homes have electricity, the structure in gambia is unstable, no deisel, continually changing the rule without any notice and squeezing the people every more, no vaccinations for children against malaria even though Gambia has alot of aid from other countries, executions because they might have said something against him, no human rights, freedom of speech, justice and still the people don't have the energy to fight it cuz he is is corrupt but he is better than the last well the last one was crap and so is this one. For someone who hates newspapers he sure as hell is in them alot to drum up publicity for being the crap president that he is. DO YOU NEED ME TO GO ON?????

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<quoted text>are you in jammehs government or what ,singing his praises ,it does not matter what good he may do ,he ruins it all with closing down the newspapers who disagree with him ,he;s still a tyrant who rules his country through fear ,only when he gives gambians the choice the right to vote for whom ever they want ,without fear of being thrown into prison ,without a legitimate trail and sentenced to death ,jammeh will never be fully respected throughout the world .
No one person should ever have this kind of power and especially a man.

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Cyper Jarju wrote:
There is some negative press out there, but for the most part, President Yahya Jammeh has done an impressive job of improving the situation in Gambia. He is a peacekeeper who has improved human rights.
have you seen the title cyper ???

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