“National People’s Party Is Here for All”
Dou Sano, political adviser to President Adama Barrow, has reacted happily to the successful registration of the National People’s Party (NPP).
The National People’s Party (NPP) is the latest political party to be registered by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) of The Gambia.
In a press release issued, the commission confirmed the fulfilment and registration of the newest party. It went on to say that President Adama Barrow is the Party Leader and the color of the party is dark grey with a white horse as its symbol.
“Today is one of the joyous days of life for witnessing the successful registration of the National People’s Party (NPP). Today I am very happy because I now have somewhere that I can proudly call my home,” Presidential Adviser, Dou Sano expressed.
He added: “National People’s Party is here for all Gambians, it is here to wipe the tears of Gambians by solving the problems of Gambians,” Sano stated.
According to Sano, the rationale behind choosing national as the party’s name clearly shows how dear the people of the country are to the party and it’s leader, President Adama Barrow, adding that the word national is a symbol of unification and oneness.
“National People’s Party is a party that belongs to every Gambian wherever you may be. Why we say national is for every Gambian to see himself/herself in it and help the President to deliver his mission to the country,” Sano disclosed.
National People’s Party is the twelfth political party to be registered in the country joining the likes of the United Democratic Party (UDP), Gambia Democratic Congress (GDC), and Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) among others.
“We are optimistic of a bright future and 2021 will be the judge. President Barrow has impacted positively on the lives of the Gambian people and they are behind him,” the political adviser observed.
Sano, a former supporter of the United Democratic Party stressed that the National People’s Party has no rival in Gambian politics.
“When we say national, we mean all Gambians, so we need every Gambian to come and join forces and move this country forward for the good of everyone in The Gambia.”