Gambian President-Elect, Adama Barrow Shares New Photo To Show He Is Alive

3 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
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He shared the photo about an hour ago....



Reports were rife online this evening that Gambian president-elect, Adama Barrow, was assassinated by suspected loyalists of his rival and incumbent President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh. Barrow's media aides tweeted this evening denouncing the rumor. They also shared this photo of Barrow with the UK and US Ambassadors to Gambia earlier today after a meeting.



-- AmazingMarie (f) at 4-01-2017 10:26PM
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hmmm how people cool up falsehood
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-- EDDYPRINCE (m) at 4-01-2017 10:41PM
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Pple kind lie
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-- chukkychukky (m) at 4-01-2017 10:53PM
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but who dey carry dis rumour?

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-- gogoman (m) at 4-01-2017 11:27PM
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no mind dem jare
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-- mjyabah2 (m) at 4-01-2017 11:41PM
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Authenticity of this news is not verified; because the copy and paste omitted the date and time. In any case, it is a good news for us African because the incumbent President told the truth and no life was lost. 
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-- Novic (m) at 4-01-2017 11:44PM
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Hmmmmmmmmm..........there is God







































































































































































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-- akinmanchy (m) at 5-01-2017 12:35AM
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Shame to bad people

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-- Originalman8 (m) at 5-01-2017 02:31AM
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(JollofNews) – Gambia’s president-elect, Adama Barrow is alive and kicking, JollofNews can confirmed.

Earlier this afternoon, a fake news website, Skytrendnews, reported that Mr Barrow 51, was killed by unknown assailants in the Gambian capital, Banjul.

According to the website, the assailant overpowered Mr Barrow’s private security guards, leaving two of the guards dead and other six injured from gunshots.

But this paper can confirmed that Mr Barrow, who will be will be  sworn-in on January 19th as Gambia’s third president is not only alive, but living happily and healthily with his family and getting on with his plans to govern the small West African nation.

The former property developer, Wednesday held a series of engagements with coalition partners and other stakeholders at the luxurious Coco Ocean Hotel, where he is staying until he moves to the State House in Banjul.

“Mr Barrow and the entire members of the coalition are all here and going about their business,” a member of the opposition told JollofNews.
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-- jeroba1 (m) at 5-01-2017 07:27AM
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OK.
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-- Novic (m) at 5-01-2017 10:59AM
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Hmmmmmmmmm..........there is God







































































































































































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-- james987 (m) at 5-01-2017 12:25PM
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Some yahoo boys even get brain pass politicians. The same UK and US wey be say any country them put hand inside na jaga jaga be em next future,na em them dey always run to for solutions. It's time African politicians drop their egos and settle their disputes internally.
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-- cruzita (f) at 5-01-2017 01:39PM
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who cares if you are alive or dead, your family I believe or maybe your Masses.
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-- yawa_don_gas (m) at 12-01-2017 03:05AM
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Please please hold on, why e be say everywhere I take even when I wan hide yawa dey there?

Why why?

Yawa life, yawa goes on
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-- BournIdentity (m) at 16-01-2017 03:07AM
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I saw,,,,,.. So na lie dem lie before

Lyf na from phase to face..
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