The Leader of Gambia Moral Congress Mai Ahmad Fatty says this years election is not about crowds but a contest of ideas.
He was at the commission to submit his credentials ahead of the Dec 4 Polls.
“This election is a contest of ideas not crowds. This is the beginning of an end to fight hunger and medical tourism to Senegal. This is the beginning of real reforms, changes in our laws,’ he told journalists.
Last week Mr. Fatty GMC and two other political parties including CA’s Dr Ismaila Ceesay, and Dr Ibrahim Jagne of APP formed an alliance, agreeing to work together to contest under a united front.
The group did not a name a leader but have promised to do so through a convention where delegates will vote for a standard bearer.
All probable flag bearers ‘are still subjected to public scrutiny, says IEC Boss, Alieu Momar Njie.
“Every Gambian ought to be proud today.. We are all winners, we will emerged more determined to inject hope and spirit in our young people”. Mr Fatty stated.
This election is about ordinary Gambians, its about your health, security, economy, employment,” the GMC Leader said.
Meanwhile The APP party leader Biran Jagne has withdrawn his nomination bid, making him the second candidate to withdrew for nominations.