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Vol 48 No 5

Published 2nd March 2007


Bad medicine

President Yahya Jammeh is unhappy when foreign journalists betray scepticism about his proclaImed cure for AIDS. Since he cannot reach into the studios of Sky Television, he turned his fury on United Nations representative Fadzai Gwaradzima who, having launched the UN Assistance Development Framework, had been hailed as a 'true friend of The Gambia' by top government officials. She had, he said, been 'irresponsible in her comments' in the same programme about his herbal concoctions and spiritual methods.

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