The tension between community is gaining ground in Gambia because of the National Assembly election. Many people are intentionally stoking up these differences, however, some political leaders are aware of this acts and fighting against such practices. Amina Correa, the candidate from the PPP for Latrikunda Sabiji asserts in an interview that she is Jula, Manjago, Mandika, Serere, Wolof…
The young would be Member of the parliament wants to break up stereotypes between communities and promote the uniqueness which is the best way to unite Gambians people
I AM MANJAGO! My Dad is MANJAGO!
I AM JOLA! My Father’s Mother is Half JOLA!
I AM AKU! My Father’s Mother is Half AKU!
I AM MADINKA! My Uncle Who Raised Me is MANDINKA!
I AM FULA! My Mother’s First Cousins are FULA!
…the Children of El-Hadj Bubacarr Jallow of Bansang
I AM WOLLOF! My Mother is part WOLLOF!
I AM NARR! My Mother’s Mother is Half NARR!
I AM SERER! My Mother’s Grandmother is Half SERER!
OUR DIFFERENT TRIBES, OUR DIVERSITY!
IS OUR STRENGTH!
WE CHOOSE to STAND TOGETHER!
I AM OUR DIVERSE PEOPLES
I AM GAMBIA
I AM YOU!
I was ONE of the FOUNDERS of the COALITION,’
as ONE of the YOUNGEST among them
I HAVE ALWAYS FOUGHT FOR GAMBIA
Interview with Aminata Correa PPP Candidate for Latrikunda Sabjie Constituency.