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KOMBO SOUTH NAM DISCREDIT DEFECTION STORY FROM UDP TO NPP

By Almamo Kamaso
Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Daily News yesterday Hon Kebba K Barrow member of the National Assembly for Kombo South and leader of the Majority discredit the news items relayed over a local radio station that over two hundred youths defected from UDP to NPP as cheap politics.
The honorable member of National Assembly asked why was that meeting held in Jambur village but rather it was held at Jambajelly? Hon Barrow asked why they not talked about defections from Jambanjelly as that is where the said meeting was held. Why they have to go to a village 20 kilometers from Jamburr village, Barrow said.
As claimed that some of those who defected from UDP to NPP were from Banyaka village but when the committee of Banyaka asked them to give at least a single name of those who defected, they could not. Hon Barrow said this is the type of people who would fool the NPP party executive by telling them to give them money and that they will do this and this which promises will never be fulfilled as they do not have any support from the people.
The shopkeeper in Banyaka is a broke shopkeeper who is desperate for money to get his business back on its feet; but the young people of Banyaka said they have nothing to do with NPP.

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