Jammeh with guards

Jammeh: “I’ll teach Gambian dissidents good lesson!”

President Yahya Jammeh promised to teach Gambian dissidents and their foreign backers an unforgettable lesson next they launch attack on his government.

President Jammeh had earlier said none of the Gambian military officers was involved in what he called “terror attack.” He said attack on State House on December 30th last year could not be described as a “coup” which normally happens from within.

“I challenge you to touch the Gambia Armed Forces again and I will teach you a lesson,” Gambian leader told a parading security officers in the capital Banjul on Friday.

“For the members of the Armed Forces, don’t think that we have a small Armed Forces. We have the greatest Armed Forces in the world because we are backed by the Almighty Allah and we are not afraid of any country no matter how many arms you have,” he thanking security officers for defending their country from attacks.

President Jammeh used the occasion to renew his redundant bashing of the west. He said the Gambia will never be colonized and misled twice by the West. Jammeh said no foreign aid is worth exchanging Renewing his criticisms of the west, Mr. Jammeh said the Gambia will not agree to exchange its values for foreign aid.

“We are not going to accept what Allah says is haram (forbidden). We are not going to sacrifice the love of Allah for foreign aid. We are not a pagan nation and we will rather eat mud than become homosexuals and offend the Almighty Allah. We will not be colonised and misled twice,” Jammeh said, vowing that Gambians will rule themselves based on their religion and believe in Quran and Bible.



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