Friday, 29 September 2017

I Agree With Maddi Jobarteh That Gambian People And Not God Removed Yahya Jammeh And Gave Us Adama Barrow!

Knowledge is not what you cram but it have to do with the power of the mind in reminding of facts after the abiding element disappears. This is not a narrow issue but it is indeed a broad topic that one have to address with care and a broad mind with critical thinking and reasoning beyond the box in order to reach at the truth.

There are several important factors that can affect a human such as environment, education, propaganda, social culture and without doubt, the thoughts of a person. Sometimes, even one’s economic position can provide a motive for why a human being acts a certain way.

It is true that the holy Quran is a complete book and the religion of Islam is pure clean and peaceful. But the challenge faced by Islam in the 21st century is due to the so-called Islamic intellectual and scholars who uses God to address all issues being good, bad or evil which is a threat to peace and the Islamic religion. 

I am quite sure of the fact that both true believers in the diving books and the holy religions of Islam and Christianity believe that there is only one God who is the master of the universe. 

Socrates was a classical Greek (Athenian) philosopher credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy. He is an enigmatic figure known chiefly through the accounts of classical writers, he himself acknowledge the fact of the existence of one Deity (God).

In addressing the issue that Gambian people put Barrow in to office not God one have to comprehend the meaning of destiny and predestination.

"Predestination" applies this to the salvation, and refers to the belief that God appointed the eternal destiny of some to salvation by grace, while leaving the remainder to receive eternal damnation for all their sins, even their original sin.

Predestination, in theology, is the doctrine that all events have been willed by God, usually with reference to the eventual fate of the individual soul. Explanations of predestination often seek to address the "paradox of free will", whereby God's omniscience seems incompatible with human free will.

The Arabic word qada (قُضِي) means literally "carrying out or fulfilling". In Islamic jurisprudence it refers to fulfilling or completing those duties that one may have missed due to some reason or other. It can also mean qadee, a court judgment or the art of adjudication.One of the issues which is directly related to the issue of the justice of the Creator is the question of predestination or free will.

According to the fatalists (those who believe in predestination), a human being has no choice whatsoever in his or her actions, behavior or words and the movement of his organs are just like the predestined movements of the parts of a machine.

Thus, the question arises, how does this opinion relate to Divine Justice? And perhaps because of this, the previously-mentioned group of the Ash’arites, deny intellectual good and evil and have accepted predestination. Their belief in predestination is a denial of justice. Why? Because when one accepts predestination, justice makes no sense.

In order to further clarify this point, we are obliged to study several subjects with care:

Why Believe in Predestination?
The Main Error of the Fatalists
The Social and Political Factors for Belief in Fatalism
Reasons for Belief in Free Will
The Holy Qur’an and Free Will
God’s Knowledge

It is a clear testimony that there is a Paradise and Hell. Therefore through one’s effort on earth on doing and following the teaching of Islam as per the scriptures will lead him to paradise.

The question one might asked to those people like Ebrihima Mbowe, the Deputy Amir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in the Gambia. Who said and quote from the holy Quran that . “Say, O Allah Lord of Sovereignty, Thou gives Sovereignty to whomsoever Thou pleases, and Thou fakest away sovereignty from whomsoever Thou pleases. Thou exactest whomsoever Thou pleases and Thou a basest whomsoever Thou pleases. In Thy hand is all good. Thou surely has power to do all things.” (3:27 Thou givest to whomsoever Thou pleasant without measure.” (3:28)

If we are to go by this revelation it’s mean that there is no need to pray, fast neither to do good as per the teaching of Islam since God have written before we were born that what will happen to the person after death being in hell or in heaven.

The truth is though Good have written everything before birth  which known deny the fact, but still the same God give us the free will to decide either to do good and follow the teaching of the holy scriptures to earn us heaven or to do the opposite to lead us to hell.

It is high time we realize the truth and understand the concept and the meaning of religion and stop accusing God for no reason.

According to the Qur'an, certain people go to hell because they chose to do bad deeds, and others to heaven by doing good deeds and even if Allah had chosen to guide them to the truth they themselves would choose to reject the faith:"And if Allah had known any good in them He would have made them hear, and if He makes them hear they would turn back while they withdraw. "Qur'an, Sura 8 (Al-Anfaal), ayat 23.

A hadith reports that Muhammad SAW said about Qadr: Ali narrated that one day the Messenger of Allah was sitting with a wooden stick in his hand with which he was scratching the ground. He raised his head and said, “There is none of you, but has his place assigned either in the Fire or in Paradise.” They (the Companions) inquired, “O Allah’s Messenger! Why should we carry on doing good deeds, shall we depend (upon Qadar) and give up work?” Muhammad said: “No, carry on doing good deeds, for everyone will find it easy (to do) such deeds that will lead him towards that for which he has been created.” Then he recited the verse: “As for him who gives (in charity) and keeps his duty to Allah and fears Him, and believes in al-Husna, We will make smooth for him the path of Ease (goodness) (Surah al-Lail 92:5-7). Sahih Muslim.

In spite of the fact that the issue of free will is a general human sense, why do some people follow the school of the fatalists?

Therefore through the freewill given to The Gambian by God lead those to decide to vote for Adama Barrow and not God put him to office. In other words, Allah uses the citizens as Shabab to bring about the change. We had to do campaigns, form a coalition and then go to the polls on Election Day for Barrow to be elected.

Many of the despotic and selfish politicians in order to extinguish the fire of revolution among the deprived and in order to assure the continuation of their illegal rule (for every rule of regime which oppresses the people and denies people their rights is illegal from the point of view of Islam) convinced the people through all the means available to them that they have no free will, that predestination and predetermination of history holds our destiny in its hands. If one group rules and another is ruled, this is a rule of fate and the destiny of history!

It is clear how this kind of thinking can silence people and aid the policies of colonialism whereas according to our intellect and our Divine Law, destiny and fate lies in our own hands and fate and destiny in the sense of predestination and predetermination does not exist. Divine fate and destiny is determined through our action, desire, willpower, faith, effort and endeavor.

NB: If any Islamic scholar disagree I am ready for debate as per the above subject matter.

To be continued………….
By: Saidina Alieu Jarjou


Thursday, 28 September 2017

Mr. President Request To Redeploy Hamat Bah, The Minister Of Tourism & Culture To GTB As A Messenger?

Your Excellency Sir,

Please be informed that the government's policy is to promote tourism and its contribution to economic growth. Our objective as a country is to increase the contribution of tourism to our economy and to raise the living standards of all Gambians.

The Gambia belongs to Gambians both those home and abroad, therefore through dialogue, reasoning and critical thinking we can make The Gambia the last place of hope on earth.

Many Gambians depend on the tourism industry which is referred to as the backbone of the country. The industry contributes over 20% of our GDP, it offers lucrative employment both directly and indirectly, it provides much needed foreign exchange earnings and also contributes towards our yearly balance of payment. This sector has registered impressive growth of over 4.5 percent on average, thus encouraging the construction of more hotels and increase in the number of tourist arrivals.

The fact that the tourism industry is based on several sectors ensures that the development of the industry leads to huge transfer of development finance from foreign investors (Foreign Direct Investment). These funds are used to develop local infrastructure, such as road network s, telecommunication system, water supply as well as building super structures. This also greatly contributes to the GDP and generally advances the national economy. Tourism is at the heart of globalization as demonstrated by the increasing influence of international and multinational operators in the industry who are capable of moving significant volumes of investors. These companies engaged in extensive horizontal linkages.

Tourism promotes global understanding, peace and the sharing of values to both the host and the tourists themselves. In the Gambia for example, Europeans are married by Gambian and also some make friends to an extent that a deeper relation leading to assimilation and even resettlement may occur. This creates an environment of peace where people will not be discriminated base on the color of their skill or religion, etc. because of the degree of friendship created through tourism. This in will turn add to the global peace that we are all wanting for.

The Gambia tourism has successfully improved and developed but it is still facing some challenges beyond imagination which have greatly affected the safaris tours with in the country. These challenges include; Limited marketing due to insufficient funding as a serious problem facing the tourism industry and it has retarded many people internationally to know Gambia as a tourist destination hence   affecting safari to the smiling coast.

High competition from neighboring countries like Senegal, Mali and Guinea Bissau. These countries are selling the same products like The Gambia and this has affected Gambia’s tourism sector since it’s considered a land locked country and most tourists go to the neighboring for leisure.

As I write to you this letter now, the minister responsible for tourism is not in town as he should be on the ground to work with the relevant stakeholders on how to formulate plans and strategies that will attract tourist across the globe.  Since we are in the tourism season. The question one might asked will be is China a good market for The Gambia tourism industry?

However, the industry faces many challenges and as per the report by the online hotel booking website, these challenges need careful attention and properly structured solutions in order to provide good grounds for development.

It is that note I write to your high office requesting Hamat Bah, The Minister of Tourism to be redeployed To GTB as a Messenger. As the tourism sector is sinking like the great Titanic. Such an institution should be led by a person who have the experience, knowledge and know how to lead not only with words but with actions towards achieving the mission and vision statement of the noble ministry. The main hindrance to this is the fact that his limited understanding of the tourism industry is another major obstacle too.

Your Excellency, please be informed that there is absolutely no investor who will invest in an industry that has no previous track record of success or has no clear future. Every business person or entity will push money where they see viability or an opportunity for growth and development. This might make it difficult to find a clean pathway of these places and hence it is demotivating for tourists who may not return or even recommend the destination to family and friends and love ones.

The last time I checked on the minister’s expertise on tourism sector he was a mere entertainment manager. How can an entertainment manager have a fully understanding of the marketing strategies that can boost the tourism rate?

Part of his duties and responsibilities shall include but not limited to determine destinations by referring to addresses on packages and documents, ensure that packages or messages are delivered in a time efficient manner, ensure that the delivery is done in a timely manner, reconcile packages at recipient’s location, maintain records of daily visits in the log book, sort deliverable items in accordance to delivery route in order to ensure maximum efficiency, and perform general office or clerical work such as filing materials, operating duplicating machines, or running errands.

There are very few flights connecting to The Gambia. And not many of the very few are good enough, or at least meet international standards. We need to overhaul the entire air transport system within Gambia, and engender more airlines to fly within the smiling coast. The number of tourists visiting The Gambia every year runs into Thousands. Imagine how many more we will record if we can bring in more airlines to convey many more tourists to various destinations.

Finally, I would like to take this prospect opportunity to inform you that in order to make The Gambia great, employment should be based on merit. Therefore always give the job to the jobs friend but not your friend.

Concern citizen,

Saidina Alieu Jarjou


Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Thank You Letter To My Senior School Teacher, Malick AKF. Kanatuh.

Dear Mr. Kanatuh,

Please be reminded that I came to Nusrat Senior Secondary School as a village boy from a village where you hardly see a student attending Nusrat then, due the educational level in the village.

During those days I came to knew one of the stubbornness student Ousainou as I was stubborn too. We formulate our own rules to an extent we don’t consider school rules as rules. We go to school and go home at any time we feel like. At that time we used to go to school with two uniforms both that of the afternoon shift and that of the morning shift too. Which made it difficult for Pa Manka the caretaker to trace our identity may his soul RIP. I don’t remember how many times I paid the school bus.

At that time also Ahmad Gitteh was our head boy who find it difficult to execute his duties and responsibilities as a head boy. As we don’t took orders from him especially if we came to school with shoes that  are not allowed by the school administration. I remember when he told me “Ndokeah nene mang iteah moh sifa jeah jang”.

I recall in my grade 10 when I failed my exam wore fully. A good Teacher you were you called me and advised me on the importance of education that I need to change my behavior to meet the Nusrat standard in order to remain in the school. You told me “Alieu I know that you are intelligent but you are stubborn and I’m sure if you change you will excel higher high”.

You did everything possible to have my Dad’s number whom you will called always to know if I read at home.

I remember when Modou lamin Sanneh also, came to me and said Alieu don’t follow charreh as his parent provided him with a study teacher. Therefore you have to know what is beneficial to you. You are very intelligent and I’m sure you can make it up if you change.

Little did I knew that despite of Ousainou stubbornness he had a study teacher at home as a result he always passed all his exams with flying colors. Of recent Ousainou is now in Taiwan persuing his MBA, I am proud of him though.

It is in that regard I write to you to show the whole world how you transformed my life from being a radical to the person I’m today.

Please be informed that I am lucky to have the best teacher in this world. Wherever I may go in my life, I will always remember that I had an excellent guide in the form of a teacher, you.

Thank you for your guidance, friendship, and even for your discipline. I learned that I am strongest when I recognize what yet is weak and how I might best develop those parts of my character. Thank you for taking the time to be my friend and my mentor.

Every day you came to school with a smile on your face and a kind word for all of your students. That means a lot. Your love of learning ignited our own curiosity and made learning much more fun! You taught us all to appreciate clarity of mind through proper writing form and how to pay attention to the bigger picture. You will never know how much your guidance has helped me, but I wanted you to know that you have made a big difference in my life.

Thank you for creating an environment of enthusiasm for learning, appreciation for growing, and room for making mistakes along the way. I am grateful to have you as a guide, leading by example.

I still challenge you to motivate other stubborn student in your current school as you did to me. May Allah SWT continue to guide and protect you. Amen!

Best regards,
Saidina Alieu Jarjou

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

NAWEC Need Total Deliverance from Pastor T. B. Joshua!

Dear Sir,

As stated on your mission statement “To ensure the safe, effective and efficient provision of affordable nationwide electricity, water and sewerage services to satisfy consumer requirements, generate reasonable rates of return on investments and contribute to the socio-economic development of The Gambia”.

It is in that regards I write to your high office to register my total dissatisfaction beyond the red sea as per the recent inadequate supply of water and electricity to the citizens. Please be informed that you and your staff are violating our right to happiness. As citizens, it is our constitutional right to have uninterrupted water and electricity supply.

I also want to use this opportunity to draw to your kind attention to the frequent breakdowns of electricity in our locality and the great inconvenience it causes to the residents. It appears, however, your institution is not doing anything to help remedy the situation, and there are failures of electricity several times in a day. Sometimes, the current is switched off for several hours in a stretch.

The low voltage and frequent tripping of electricity in some areas has become almost a daily routine. During the three hour daily cut, no one expects the supply of electricity. But the unannounced frequent breakdown of electricity is simply nightmarish. At night, one is left half through the meals at the dining table. During the day, there is no rest, no comfort, and no protection from the hot weather.

Besides this, low voltage of electricity has damaged electric lamps, tubes and other electric appliances. Fans do not give proper air owing to low voltage. Many times complaints have been lodged with your office but no permanent solution to this menace has been found. It is a pity that even when there is supply of electricity in other localities, our locality remains dark.

Whether it is day or night, I have experienced inconvenienced due to the blackouts. From my casual observations, these blackouts occur even during good weather conditions. Whether it is sunny or rainy, blackouts do happen; much to our shocking dismay.

The patients who are getting their treatment in different hospitals also face many difficulties. Their operations are not happening on time. This increases their diseases. The fans of the hospital are not moving. So patients feel great pain in their body.

The events of theft are increasing in The Gambia. The thieves get chances of stealing in the darkness of night created because of the breakdown of electricity by your company. So there is a kind of fear among people in The Gambia.

Many businesses are compelled stop their working for want of electric power and, therefore suffer a great loss of business. Students suffer heavily and cannot study. But, this irregularity in electric supply is causing obstacles in their preparation. Sir, you also know, this year is extremely hot so the old people facing it very difficult to tackle the problem.  The problems of current supply also lead to some other illegal activities too.

I request you, therefore, to see that the power plant at the place is thoroughly checked so that there is no chance of the failure of power supply in future.

To overcome the disruptions, I would like to suggest periodical and regular maintenance works. These works should be carried by a team of trained certified and experienced electricians.

Second, should any maintenance or repair works be carried out, please carry them after notices have been given. You are doing everyone a favour if you carry out proper maintenance works to ensure constant electricity supply.

Thirdly, since the Gambia is hot it will be better to change from the use of generators that are polluting our environment to solar energy. Let’s make best use of nature since it is cheap to cut the unnecessary cost.

Finally, I hope you would look into the matter at the earliest and restore our grievance so that the electricity and water supply would be constant.


Saidina Alieu Jarjou


Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Open Letter to Lamin Njie, Communication and Media officer Ministry of Interior.

Dear Mr. Spokesperson,

Reference is invited from your response letter to the article published on the freedom newspaper titled "Why Is Ding-Ding Manso Not Part Of Barrow’s Delegation At The UN"?

Though a spokesperson is responsible for creating and maintaining a positive public image for an institution. They communicate with the public and advise their institution in matters of public relations.

In another note I never knew that the Ministry of Interior have a Spokesperson. If you were one I would had expect you to comment on the Kanilai demonstration, Farato riot, and the highly increasing rate of murder and rape in The Gambia as you just did on your recent letter titled “The Hon. Minister Was Supposed To Be On The Plane With The President But Could Not Because He Had To Stay Back And Handle Some Very Urgent Security Policy-Related Tasks-Aide”.

I stand on top of mountain Everest to tell you that I am not convince as per your recent clarification letter on why the Minister of Interior is not part of the delegation at the UN in America.

The question one might be quick to ask will be. Mai Fatty who used to travel with President Barrow always, why is he not part of the delegation this time around to America?

I submit to you that part of the agenda of the summit will be on security issues, and who will be there for the ministry?

Please be reminded that Mai spent many days in Mecca for hajj at a time when the country need him most as the only Interior Minister in charge for security.

According to your letter you said “something cropped up in between before Barrow left town, and as such he couldn’t join the delegation”.

You also mentioned that “Honorable Minister was among top-shelf government officials who were at the airport to see off the President and delegation.”

According to Oxford dictionary “top-self” mean something of a high quality; excellent.

I also submit to you that I graduated from the University of The Gambia with a B.Sc. Degree in management class of 2013. In which university and which program did Mai Fatty read to earn him the prestigious title of “top-self”?

Since you are the Spokesperson I challenged you to clear the doubt as per that untold “something” and “top-shelf” to minimize defects as it is part and parcel of your duties and responsibilities to do so.

Communication is the blood vein of any institution which encompass sending information from one party to another in which both parties receives the same understanding as intended by the sender.

Having someone speak on behalf of an institution is a huge responsibility and one that should not be taken lightly. Statements in reference to an investigation can affect credibility and image. Statements that are rash and sometimes false can be damaging. And, a lack of a statement can be detrimental and can create a negative perception to the general public.

In final note please be informed that comments and claims are thrown about constantly and spread like wildfire across social media. When you get a request to comment, take your time to respond (within reason). Listen to the question. If it’s a simple matter, handle it expeditiously. If it is more complex, tell the reporter you’ll need to get back to them and ask about the deadline. Responding in these ways will allow for a more thoughtful answer and will help build or maintain credibility with the media. Avoiding the call or responding with no comment will have the opposite effect.

I stand with the America 35th President John F. Kennedy where he said “Never fear to negotiate and never negotiate out of fear”.

It is also my “right of freedom of speech and expression” and “right of academic freedom”, which are expressly guaranteed by Section 25 (1) (A) and Section 25(1) (B) respectively, of The Gambia’s 1997 Constitution.

Note: I will never write as an anonymous.


Saidina Alieu Jarjou

Blogger/ Activist/ Watchdog.  

Monday, 18 September 2017

Open Letter To Hon. Hamat Bah,The Minister of Tourism and Culture!

Image result for amat bah imagesDear Minister Bah,
I was very happy to have you as our Minister of Tourism and Culture, especially when your portfolio became a committed one. However, I sense that our tourism sector is sinking and plummeting like the great Titanic, and your ministry are seeing the development of a catastrophe in our tourism industry, but that nothing is being done about it as if there is no ministry in charge of such an important sector.  
In another note I learnt with dismay, disappointment that upon the completion of your pilgrimage from the holy land of Mecca you proceeded to China for reasons best known to you.
The question one may asked will be is China the major market for The Gambia tourism industry?
Hon. Your actions shows a clear testimony as far beyond Pluto that you lack the knowledge, skills and the know how to lead this auspicious ministry not only with words but with actions. Since we are in the tourism season, it will be better for you and your administration to formulate strategies, plans that will increase and boost the number of tourist’s rate annually. The last time I checked your expertise on tourism you were an entertainment manager in one of the local hotels.
In 2016 tourism contributed immensely 21.9 % in to our GDP. Therefore as a Minister you should tasked and asked yourself how to double the 21.9% at the end of 2017 tourism season.
Please be reminded that The Gambia's tourism industry receives over 100,000 visitors a year and is the second highest earner of foreign revenue. Tourists mainly come from Europe with package tour operators from UK making up over 50% of visitors. The remaining number of visitors arriving from Germany, Norway, Sweden & other countries. It is estimated that around 44 per cent of high season (winter) tourists are repeat visitors to the Gambia and Banjul

The Gambia tourism industry is ranked 168 in the world in terms of absolute size according to the World Travel & Tourism Council, 122 in long-term growth measured over 10 years and 38 in its relative contribution to other nation's economies. 

I remember a song Jeremy Taylor once sang about the Ministers that ‘minis’ – I feel that you and your ministry are ‘minis-ing’, not playing open book with us, and that you are deserting us in our time of need.   Here is why: All we hear from you is that you are travelling or travelled like a vulture without a home.

From your own words “I can assure you that other members of the coalition are all action-oriented; and you the people gave us the power to serve you and you have the right to know and to find out what is happening in every ministry, and in every department of government.” (Hamat Bah, the point February 08, 2017).
Hon. As per your above quote I submit to you that The Gambia tourism sector is the least performing ministry and the tourism contribution to the GDP is expected to fall drastically by the end of 2017.
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Hon. When shall your unnecessary travels at the burden of the poor tax payer’s end? The amount of money spent on your travels and Per Diem could have been utilized well to boost the tourism industry to meet the international market.
This is not the new Gambia we dream neither The Gambia we want to see where minister’s main duties and responsibilities are needless traveling’s at the expense of the poor.
Enough is enough we The Gambian youth will not give a deaf ear to any Minister to ruing our future. Your failure is ours as it can have a great impact in our lives in the feature. If you cannot run the ministry as expected I will advised you to kindly submit your resignation letter as soon as possible to minimize defect.
As the most senior official driving tourism in our country, we would have expected that you would guide and lead us, that you would tell us what drastic steps your ministry and stakeholders are taking to help us to get international tourists to our country, and local ones to our cities and provinces.

I am not sure how enough local and international marketing is being done, especially in the newly opened markets. Also we are receiving no guidance from your Ministry, and our local tourism authorities about how we keep our businesses afloat, and how we prevent a bloodbath of restaurant, hotel and guest house closures in the next few months, which has already started.  

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Please open the doors, and create dialogue between the different sectors that feed and sustain the tourism industry. As Minister of Tourism and Culture, you should support festivals and events that will build a strong economy and vibrant communities, attract tourists and contribute to job creation especially to the youth. And continue to measure the contributions of these events and festivals and ensure that all decisions relating to them are supported by sound economic analysis.

I ask that you continue to work with stakeholders to build on the Entertainment and Creative Cluster strategy and develop an Arts Policy Framework. The Framework should help maximize the economic benefits of arts and culture to individuals and communities. In addition, I ask that you work with The Gambia Tourism Board (GTB), educators and communities to develop a Gambia Culture Strategy Plan, so that we are better able to tell our stories and help a new generation tap their artistic potential. Continuing to work with the tourism industry and regional tourism organizations to support the sector’s economic growth and encourage collaboration among tourism industry partners.

I look forward to working together with you in building opportunity today, and securing the future for all Gambians.


Saidina Alieu Jarjou


Friday, 8 September 2017

I Stand With Director General, Ebrima Sillah of GRTS!

Dear Mr. Sillah,

It gives me a great pleasure to extend my warmest congratulations to you on your recent action against the kerr fatou show program on GRTS.

The anchors of the Kerr Fatu Show are very irresponsible, unprofessional, unethical and unscrupulous as most of the theme of their programs are to inculcate hate among us the Gambians. I was very flag basted, disappointed, depressed beyond all human survival upon listening to their episode 3  tribalism in The Gambia ( During the show they lambast, attacked the noble Jola tribe beyond all human race as far beyond Pluto. As if the Jola’s are the only tribe in The Gambia.

The aforesaid immorality episode was a hateful fabrication of intolerable huge lies, extreme dislike, deep-rooted academic and intellectual suicide, mathematically calculated wrongly and intended to portray the noble Jola tribe in bad light, and to maliciously destroy the dignity and impeccable integrity, which the Jola tribe is known for centuries ago.

Hate speech and tribalism will not solve a problem. It is only through dialogue; reasoning and critical thinking can help remedy the situation

It is arguable that the negative effects of tribalism permeate all African countries. Millions have been killed, maimed or displaced in civil wars in sub-Sahara Africa over the past 50 years, mostly because of tribal agitation. Most of us are living witnesses to the carnage that occurred in Rwanda and is still going on in Somalia. These countries have fallen into the abyss mainly because of tribalism.

Sir as a leader you should be able to take firm decision that might bring peace. Don’t waste any iota of time to erase any program from the list that would serve as a threat to our peace and the newly born democracy.

Sir, as a CEO you have done a remarkable work and have submitted outstanding piece of works. Your contribution to the GRTS has been always glorified. Your appointment as MD deserves a proud recognition and hence a liable responsibility for this position. Under your guidance, GRTS have witnessed a rising curve in terms of worldwide coverage. 

Your unending ability to motivate fellow mates will continue to make your schemes and tasks more effective. Your love for journalism has certainly paid you off with employment. Certainly your willingness to volunteer your time and effort, as well as express your opinions, has contributed to your being selected for the post too.

I feel proud to have you as a MD of our venture. Wishing you continued success.


Saidina Alieu Jarjou

Blogger/ Activist