“…nothing remains permanent except Allah’s Supremacy and that your presidency will one day come to an end.“
The Gambia’s second republic government is good at putting the public in the dark. The regime keeps news of public interest under the carpet and continues to do so even when it becomes public knowledge. Gambians are only informed when the regime has something to sell. It is all about controlling information and narrative. Many atimes the Jammeh regime will tell the story but at the same time avoid sharing new developments with the public. The story of the fugitive Army Chief of Staff Col. Ndure Cham falls into this category. Col. Cham made news for masterminding the March 21st 2006 abortive coup whose aftermath resulted to the execution of some senior security officers. They included the former Director General of the Nstional Intelligence Agency Daba Marena. For months, the government provided countless stories on Col. Cham.
However, the same government remained tight-lipped about the arrest of Col. Cham. Any goverment that believes in the rule of law and justice will convene news conference and provide updates. But in Yahya Gambia it is normal to summarily execute a detainee and close the chapter, which happened capture in Col. Cham’s case.
Kairo News has been launching investigation into Ndure Cham’s captute, detention and execution. Our impeccable sources who participated in the “most brutal execution of Cham” said the former army chief was arrested in his home village of Numu Kunda in North Nanl Region on August 9th 2013. The capture resulted from a tip-off by the village alkalo. “He feared the consequences of not reporting the frequent sneaking of Ndure in his village,” said a source. Ndure spent one week in solitary confinement until his execution at President Yahya Jammeh’s home village of Kanilai.
“Col. Ndure Cham was badly tortured and decapitated slowly by the Jungulars until he died,” said a source who witnessed the execution. Our source said Ndure was has had his body parts sliced and chopped off in pieces. “President Yahya Jammeh was at the execution site giving orders. He bragged to Cham that whoever betrayed him will ultimately find himself in hos (Jammeh’s) net. He mocked at Cham saying he has more powerful supernatural knowledge than Ndure’s lying marabouts.”
Though in great pains, Cham remained defiant and unshaken. He told President Jammeh thus: “nothing remains permanent except Allah’s Supremacy and that your presidency will one day come to an end.”
Without uttering a single word, Yahya Jammeh turned his back on Col. Cham, raging with anger.
Kairo News will soon write a story on why the March 21st coup had failed.
Hence ALL the victims ghosts hunt Jammeh 24 hours a day.
Jammeh will NEVER escape JUSTICE here and the hereafter.
Karma is real and alive.What goes around comes around, and one day, one day Yaya Jammeh will reap what he has been sowing.Yaya Jammeh is a mortal human being.I have never seen or heard about any mortal being defy death.We all hope that either Hon.Adama Barrow or Hon. Mama Kandeh wins, otherwise the Gambia cannot be ruled by Yaya Jammeh for another 5 years.THIS IS OUR LAST CHANCE.WE ARE GIVING OURSELVES THE LAST OPPORTUNITY, SO WE NEED TO MAKE THE BEST OUT OF IT.IT HAS BEEN TOO LONG..WASALAM
Karma is real and alive.What goes around comes around, and one day, one day Yaya Jammeh will reap what he has been sowing.Yaya Jammeh is a mortal human being.I have never seen or heard about any mortal being defy death.We all hope that either Hon.Adama Barrow or Hon. Mama Kandeh wins, otherwise the Gambia cannot be ruled by Yaya Jammeh for another 5 years.THIS IS OUR LAST CHANCE.WE ARE GIVING OURSELVES THE LAST OPPORTUNITY, SO WvE NEED TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF IT.IT HAS BEEN TOO LONG..WASALAM
How does it make you feel, looking at a picture of a fellow citizen and mesmerising the horror that the prseident is this hateful and loves to see people being mutilated. It looks like cannibalism.
May the soldier, Ndure Cham rest in peace.
If this is true May His Soul Rest in perfect peace… This is truly n really sad😢😢😢😢
These hieroglyphics might even add to the sorrows of the saddened families of such victims and their sympathisers in general. You might not be aware of the fact but, there is a time to mourn for such victims and a time to calm their beloved ones. You see @Mr. Bee, people here can have a store of Burkas to disguise with but our sayings can never be disguised from the intellects of the very many sound minded folks in these forums. You can write in any kind of the english dialects but you won’t be missed at all.. Others like you evidently are out to twist around the realities of others by using your varieties of Burkas as a meticulous means of assimilating or relating sincere opinion holders to Jammeh’s despotism. Please take a break @Mr. Bee in you numerous Burka identities because certain kind of creepiness demonstrates one’s gruesomeness and expertise in the horrible art of hypocrisy. I have said it previously that, the country’s present predicament might be a result of hate and feud among individual Gambians from their extented families, communities, regions and down into the public space affairs. The unsophisticated Gambian like myself to begin with, in some of our woeful cultrural and traditional concepts, do love to be adverse towards good makings, prosperity and welfare of our neighbours or distant families and individual citizens; and contemptious over their failures and setbacks in life. It is those individual that make up a country! Imagine most of them are poor and and mentally unskilled. This is an attitude that our over-cultured mindsets must do without if we want a progressive Gambia of the happiness of the greatest number. I have observed to learned from the society that most of the values put to cultures and traditions of the Gambia by Gambians are not synonymous with the mental, physical and economic prosperities of it citizens and this is a theory I will not back down on until proven wrong.
Long live the Gambian unity and long live prosperity for its citizenry of all walks of life. I wish Hon. Femi Peters and my neighbour christians of the Gambia a happy christmass and a happy new year in advance.
Once again, May ‘the soldier’ Ndure Cham’s soul rest in perfect peace and his family be comforted.
That is why it is important that everyone take the struggle to uproot this man seriously. Lives have being lost and more will be lost till we overcome him. So the situation is no joke. Mr. Cham’s case is a testimony that no single person will be spared irrespective of your ethnic background. Task at hand concerns us all.
The way jammeh kills the people’s is so painful but he is not a Muslim at all. But What comes around goes around remains few days to put the chain in ur hands God bless the Gambia.
The way jammeh kills the people’s is so painful but he is not a Muslim at all. But What comes around goes around remains few days to put the chain in ur hands God bless the Gambia.And the coalition.