Gambians are in dire need of honest leaders to steer the nation to expected heights, says GMC’s Mai Fatty.
Harping on the an array of issues regarding national development, the erstwhile interior minister questioned the country’s leadership quality, appearing to lash out at Barrow regime.
“The country’s citizens need an honest leader. People put their hopes on leaders expecting developmental progress. Citizens also gave huge salary to the leader with fancy cars worth at least two million plus to cruise around with.
“Telephones are also given to you (the leader) to make a call with as a president and the bill is shouldered by Gambians. All of these is done to ensure our leaders lead us well. The question now is Gambians have done their part but have us, leaders, repaid their faith in us?,” he rhetorically quizzed.
Fatty has recently come out of isolation after jetting into the country from abroad.
The Gambia Moral congress’ top dog faulted government for what he called their “low consideration” of front-line health workers, claiming the health officials are paid pittance and scavenge for “depands” to feed their families with.