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Published On: Mon, Jan 8th, 2024

“Gambian economy remains depressing with inflation as unemployment worsening” Says NCP Leader

Abubacarr M A Kinteh the Leader of the National Convention Party,  voiced out his distress in the heinous situation of the Gambian economy in his New Year’s message as he assessed year 2023 regarding the continuous increment in inflation, poverty, unemployment, inequality amongst others.

“The events of the past year are now part of our national history. Therefore, as we trudge on, we remain mindful of the state of our nation and that our best hopes and aspirations remain largely unfulfilled”. Mr Kinteh said.

He further noted that despite the country’s courteous gift, it lacks the desired collective leadership to be graduated from the anomalies confronting it. Adding that his party has now resolved more than ever before to seek a new Gambia as he noted that Gambians are now very aware and convinced that good governance, inclusive development, and accountable leadership is expected in a functional democracy.

He expressed, “We must be consistent and resolute in our demand for rule of law, regulatory quality and government effectiveness for transformative solutions to a litany of our social problems. If there is one fundamental threat to our democracy, it is the undermining and weakening of our national institutions and the capture of state affairs and resources by few individuals and private interests.” Mr Kinteh concluded that the business of The Gambia is far too important to be left to those involved in transactional politics, as he is involved in the struggle for a possible new Gambia.

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