22 January 2013

Gambia: Malian Singer Extols the 'Breakthrough'

Ever since the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh made the historic breakthrough in a cure and treatment for the HIV/AIDS and other debilitating ailments six years ago, commendations and appreciations have been outpouring from all walks of life across the globe, with people expressing their most profound gratitude to the Medical Myth Buster for coming up with therapies against sickness that used to be life-threatening.

A Malian female artiste is the latest to join the long listextolling the medicinal achievement of the president. Recently in the country for a line-up of musical concerts at the invitation of Gambians, Djelika Diawara, who entertained the audience at a recent book launch on "Breakthrough The Gambia", authored by Fatou Drammeh at the Kairaba Beach Hotel, paid tribute to President Jammeh for putting an end to the predicament of thousands of people who have had their health restored thanks to his herbal therapy.

"If the likes of President Jammeh are many on the continent, that would have been great because he (the president) is a visionary leader who is very devoted to development, and more importantly, discovered the medicine for HIV/AIDS," she said.

The Malian musician appealed to allpeople afflicted with the sickness to show up at President Jammeh's treatment to get cured. She enjoined Gambians to join hands with the president in the drive towards achieving the development aspirations of the nation. She spoke of her admiration for the Gambians for having a leader who she said, is working tirelessly to make his country one of the best.

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