13 December 2012

Gambia: Fogny Group Supports Implementation of the Death Penalty

The Fogny Group of Senegal have reaffirmed their support to the recent implementation of the death penalty in The Gambia. In a solidarity message addressed to President Jammeh, the group chairman Mamadou Dieme described President Jammeh as a man whose politics 'bother the West, but makes Africans proud'.

The message reads:

Fony Group write to inform you that we support the recent implementation of the death penalty which was conducted in your esteemed country.

Africa needs a President like Your Excellency, able to execute the aspirations of Your people with its country's laws. You are a President, whose politics bother the west, but makes Africans proud.A policy that is not the result of hypocrisy, but a truth inherited from your illustrious parents.

Your Excellency, unfortunately for the African peoples, some Presidents are servants of Western imperialism. The West are forcing us to follow and comply with all resolutions and laws voted by the UN bodies bearing in mind that they do not respect and apply the said laws. For evidence, the Resolutions on Palestine and the equality in justice.We always remind out artists' colleagues and journalists' friends, who are beginning to understand that African Human Rightists are the West's pigeons and they only defend their livelihood, visas, privileges and dollars in the USA.

America has never suffered such media attack when each execution of a condemned to death is conducted, in respect of its own Justice.Israel with murder in disguise in self-defense is not known by human rightists.

Your Excellency, we seize this opportunity to pray for Your Excellency's good health and that Your family. Long live The Gambia, long live Africa.

Mr. Mamadou Dieme

Chairman of the Fogny Group of Senegal

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