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La vida de Yahya Jammeh,el huésped de Obiang

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Es breve, pero con una visión muy amplia de la persona que hasta hace poco, era el que cortaba el bacalao en Gambia.

Un 90% de lo que aquí se va leer es dicha y/o escrita por gente muy cercana al sujeto, gente que le conocía muy bien, que en un principio le apoyaron por obediencia étnica o tribal supuesta y luego, se han distanciando con el paso del tiempo. Una de estas personas, es la que ha dado, casi al completo, la versión sobre la vida de Yahya a Radio Macuto.

¿Quién es Yahya Jammeh?

Jammeh o “el Doctor” como le conocen en Gambia, es una persona que no conoce a sus progenitores, a ninguno de ellos. La mujer que dice ser madre, no lo es biológicamente. Simplemente le había criado desde días después de su nacimiento

Yahya , es fruto de un ritual satánico

En Gambia, como en la mayor parte de los países de África, la gente quiere se ser rica sin más; sin heredar, sin bases sólidos, sin trabajarlo, sin formarse, sin y sin…Pero, quiere ser rica. En África del Oeste y en Gambia en particular, la gente cree mucho en los rituales satánicos para alcanzar sus metas económicas y sociales. Y en uno de estos rituales nació Jammeh.

Por ejemplo y en el caso concreto del sujeto,un ritual que hacen los que quieren ser ricos, es acostarse con una loca,una demente, de esas que deambulan por las calles de las urbes . A veces se quedan embarazadas. Así nació Yahya.

Lo que suele pasar amenudo es que, cuando una de esas locas da a luz, una mujer se ofrece a criar al bebé. La mujer que Yahya llama madre es la que se ofreció a criar al “bebé Yahya”. Ellas conocen el origen del niño o niña, pero el ritual, probablemente no lo sepan o sí. Niños así,hay varios por éstos lares. Todos los pormenores del tema,los maneja el “marabú” de turno.

Yahya no tiene ni padres, familia, pueblo, ni raíces. No tiene nada. Dice ser de Kanilai, tribu de la mujer que la cuidó, pero nada. Así es su origen. La mujer loca, su madre biológica se llama “Ajua”. Su padre, se desconoce el paradero .Es posible que se haya muerto

Según nuestras fuentes, Yahya llevó una infancia muy difícil, casi como un perro, en la calle, agarrando lo que sea para comer; desde esa calles muy cruel para él, curtió a la vez su maldad

Yaya has no immediate family member, he killed his brother and sisters, found them killing a cow, he thought they were killing the cow för his sacrifice

A los hijos de la mujer que le crió, “sus hermanos“, les encontró sacrificando un buey y pensó que era un sacrificio para matarle. Ni lo pensó, acabó con todos in situ10877370-17990256

Durante sus 22 años como señor feudal de Gambia, Jammeh mantuvo a la población aterrorizada. Incluso les hizo creer que estaba “armado con poderes mágicos”, los cuales le permitían curar el SIDA. La mayoría creyó la leyenda y la alimentó Por estos días, en Banjul, la capital del país, los rumores que corren son alrededor de la muerte de Habib, hijo del presidente electo, Barrow, de tan solo 8 años, que fue atacado brutalmente por 4 pitbull. Creen que se trató de una venganza y de un acto de “magia negra” por parte del depuesto dictador.

En Gambia, el concepto tribu, es muy fuerte superando con creces lo que se considera tal en África Central. Hay una fuerte rivalidad entre los Jola y los Mandinka. Una rivalidad a muerte fomentada en gran medida por Jammeh, “el hijo satánico”. Con la salida de este al exilio, esa rivalidad será determinante en el futuro político del país, Gambia.

Esta historia la conoce muy poca gente en Gambia. Esperamos que quienes también la conocen corroboren con mensajes a la publicación.No importa el idioma, traduciremos.

Los Jola están muy indignados con Yahya; prueba de ello, es esta carta abierta que escribió recientemente un hijo de la tribu de la mujer que decía ser su madre:

EX-PRESIDENT JAMMEH: AN EMBARASSMENT TO THE GAMBIA AND THE JOLA TRIBE

By: FONINKA (David Plaudits Kujabi)

I am a young Gambian, a Jola by tribe and hail from Foni Kansala Constituency from a village a few miles from Kanilai. I knew Kanilai as far back as back as 1986 when I used to go there on weekends with a native who stayed with my parents while attending school in St. Edward’s Secondary School. I know how Kanilai looked then and how it looks now. I know a lot of natives from Kanilai, I attended Fatima Senior Secondary School with a lot of them and I can tell you they are very humble, polite and very respectful, hardworking people. As a kid undergoing Primary School education, I was opportune to be schooled in North Bank were I learned to speak Serrer though now forgotten, I also schooled in a village in the Kombo South of the Western Coast Region. Prior to that, as a growing kid I was once in Basse in URR and Bulock in WCR. I integrated well with all the people I came across with and never for once saw myself in the light of my tribe and religion. I could eat anywhere, sleep anywhere and was never discriminated upon by anyone. I was happy anywhere I went to in Gambia and that is the Gambia I want my children to grow up in. One may assume that because Ex-President Jammeh is Jola, all Jolas are in support of him. Admittedly, like every Gambian, we were once proud of him not because of his tribe but for what he stood for then. As a young Foninka I lost faith in President Jammeh ages ago when he began killing his own people. The mysterious deaths of Jasacha Kujabi, Ndongo Mboob, Bubai Sanyang, Seyfo Nyassi and many others made me lose faith in him. His land grabbing began in Foni – Dobong, the forest of Kansala in Bwiam and even Kanilai, were all things my young mind rebelled against. The number of Jolas and Foninkas who have been victims of Jammeh’s brutality are too many to mention. The insults and humiliation he often meted on the elders of Kanilai they alone can recount. From back then I recognized that he loved no one but himself alone. He has treated Jolas with so much cruelty and disrespect that we have for the past 22 years suffered in silence. Jammeh is so self centred and power obsessed that he is not sparing to friends or relatives. How can he be so perfect that the people he started the journey on the morn of 22nd July 1994 with are no more with him? Sanna Shabally, Sadibou Hydara, Edward Singhatey, Yankuba Touray and Lamin Kaba Bajo. Look what has befallen his relatives – Benedict Jammeh, James Kujabi, Abdoulie Kujabi etc. etc. Again how many people have worked for his government for his government for the past 22 years and has been unceremoniously fired or jailed on some trumped charges. Jammeh is a parasite who uses good and honorable people for his selfish end. He has used Gambia to empower and enrich himself. He claims to have developed Gambia but the truth is he has fed himself and his wife Zeinab Jammeh with billions and given Gambians thousands. He claims to abhor colonial exploitation on Gambians but ironically, he has enslaved and recolonized Gambians. He makes us toil on his farms for free. He insults us, mines our natural resources for his personal use and no one dares question him. In fact Jammeh has exploited everything Gambian for his own pleasure. He has hijacked our religions, imposing prayer dates on all, unilaterally declaring Gambia an Islamic Republic creating a religious wedge between Christians and Muslims were it never existed. He has started tribalism through a direct attack of Mandinkas. His Government has crippled our education system – what good is too many schools that provide no quality education. Little wonder why so many youths are still fooled by the propaganda he spews. Jammeh has caused so much suffering, pain and poverty to Gambians but we had endured quietly. Now after 22 years we vote him out of office and he says he is not stepping down. What sort of human being is he? His arrogance and attitude is just abhorrently incomprehensible. Even the colonialists left when Gambians told them they were not wanted. I just cannot understand why he wants to force himself on us. Or is he afraid that the many ugly skeletons in his cupboard will be revealed? Well my Jola Brother my message to you is this: – You thought yourself too good for a Gambian wife – You insulted our Elders – Jailed my Brothers, killled many – You poisoned my people over allegations of witchcraft – Exploited my mothers and sisters sexually and physically – You stole our land – You broke the sacredness of my culture of Futampaf – (with your Kanilai festival) – Abused my familial loyalty – You turned my innocent brothers into killers and torturers – You have in fact tried to divide us from other Gambian tribes people You did all this for your own personal selfish gain and you expect to still love you. In Jola I would say, “Aw nu juju?” (Are you well). Mbang letikan, Ntakela, dumak

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