Adama Barrow, Democracy, despotism, Dictatorship, economic exploitation, The Gambia, Tyranny, Yaya Jammeh

Babilimansa; The Vengeful Egomaniac

Back in 2009 at the launching of the Q-Cell head office on Kairaba, sitting in the audience I can still clearly recall getting angry and barely being able to contain that anger when I heard Yaya say something along these line; “When I say that the sky is the limit for the Gambians, I mean… Continue reading Babilimansa; The Vengeful Egomaniac

African Values., capitalism, colonialism, Democracy, democratization, Dictatorship, economic exploitation, neocolonialism, Pan-Africanism, Repression, Tyranny, Westernization, White Supremacy

The People Will Resist ‘Democracy’

If we lose sight of, or fail to deeply reflect on the evolution of politics and governance systems in Africa, we only create room for replacing one authoritarian leader with another. As long as we cite western value systems as models in our quest to strengthen democracy, the people will resist that encroachment on their… Continue reading The People Will Resist ‘Democracy’