Sanna Camara Slams gov’t for democratic deficit,as he leaves State House
Gambia: 29 September | Sainey Darboe
Gambian president, Adama Barrow, has not thrown his full weight behind governance reforms since the change of leadership in 2016, communication officer Sanna Camara who tendered his resignation earlier today has charged.
Announcing his resignation, he said:
“I am glad to announce that I have tendered my resignation from the services of the Government of the Gambia, effective today September 29th 2020. It has been both an exciting and challenging experience working as Media Officer, Office of the President over the past two years and four months.
Having come from a private media background, I joined government purposely to contribute to strengthening democracy, national interests, truth and justice for the people of the Gambia. Evidently, those values no longer hold meaning in running matters of the state. I therefore have no option but to tender my resignation effective today”.
Sanna Camara worked as a journalist for almost two decades with different media houses such as Independent, Standard, Daily News and The Point newspaper.