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Published On: Thu, Feb 15th, 2024

“Over my Dead Body That the APRC Will Join the NPP” Says Jammeh

Former President Yaya Jammeh and the founder of APRC party said in an audio released yesterday from his exile base in Equatorial Guinea that he has made it very clear to Fabakary Tombong Jatta and the team that it will be over his dead body that the Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) party will join the NPP and that If anyone wants to come to their party, which is the only legitimate APRC, the person has to go to the executive. 

Meanwhile, statements by some prominent people of APRC and Foni said he endorsed the current efforts to reconcile the two APRC factions and that he will call and reconcile with Fabakary Tombong Jatta, in which he has definitely denied that he did not authorize any reconciliation talks.

“To say I said I will call Fabakary for us to reconcile is false because since Fabakary joined the NPP, I have not spoken to him even for once, so anyone claiming that I said I will call Fabakary is lying and the person who made the claims is lying and he knows he is lying. I have no reason to lie” Mr Jammeh said.

The founder of APRC added that it is not true and that is false for anyone to suggest that last week he spoke to anyone about any reconciliation, adding that the former MP Fabakary is also making false statement claiming that he was the one who authorized them to reconcile which he denied by saying there is no truth to that.

Mr Jammeh who founded the APRC and now backs its breakaway faction called ‘No-To-Alliance’ movement stated that the condition he gave Yahya Tamba leader of the APRC is that if Fabakary and his team want to reconcile, they will have to return all APRC documents.

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