Islamic State: Rise Up Church Of Gambia

In this embedded video, President Yahya Jammeh is challenged head on about his defiance to turn The Gambia into an Islamic State. The woman in the video posted by Nicholas Bass on Facebook asked the Church of the Gambia to rise up and tell truth to power for annihilating minority Christian population whose finger print is felt or seen in almost everything Gambian. The video is another repudiation of a failed dictator who sees Islam as his only surviving strength to extend his dictatorial rule.

“We have to speak up, rise up and do something,” said the woman whose speech is loaded with quotations from the Bible. She said since persecution has always been part of the Christian faith, Gambian Christian leaders must be ready to lead in the fight to maintain their religious rights in a country where the Constitution guarantees the right of all faiths.

The woman has lost hope in Christian leaders for “accepting Jammeh’s blood money.” She said they should have told the President the bitter truth so as to maintain their dignity and protect their faith and community.



  1. Deyda Haidara

    Nicholas Bass, don’t worry, the day Jammeh tries to put the Bill in parliament, that day ALL of us Christians and Muslims will STORM the house of parliament and that will be the beginning of Gambia’s freedom from Yaya Jammeh for good.
    You can take this statement as a holy statement.

    • I hope you are right that the people will not allow parliament to debate such a bill, because it is an affront to all of us and our founding fathers too, both dead and alive, who sacrificed a lot to found a secular republic, that Yaya Jammeh can dare to unilaterally take such a decision just like that…

      The youths of Burkina Faso stormed and.burned the parliament for an affront far less than we are faced with and if he is allowed it, then we can prepare for the day when he will declare the “Islamic Kingdom of The Gambia..” It will be only a matter of time…

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