Former President, John Dramani Mahama has updated the general public on his recent election assignments to the Gambia which will be held this coming Saturday. Today, he revealed that he met with the President of the Gambia, President Adama Barrow. This meeting was scheduled as part of the pre-election assessment.
He added that he together with his team, (Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa-EISA), met with the Inspector General of Police of the Gambia Police force. In addition, he met with the other candidates who will contest in the presidential election representing the UDP, GDC, and PDIOS political parties.
Speaking to the President of Gambia, John Dramani stated that the responsibility for a peaceful, fair, and transparent election lied on the Gambian citizenry. And that this was the first time since the 2016 impasse that the EISA team has decided to watch the conduct of their election. Mahama expressed hope that the election will be a smooth one.
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