APRC chief propagandist, Yankuba Colley has accused Youssou Ndour's TFM of doing its best to set Senegambians against Yahya Jammeh.
Incumbent president Yahya Jammeh surprisingly lost last month's election to opposition challenger Adama Barrow.
He initially conceded defeat only to reverse that decision five days later.
The Gambia has since been thrown into a political logjam.
And Colley - also the mayor of Kanifing Municipality - complained to Paradise FM’s DJ Kepz on Sunday: “TFM aggravated the problem in the country."
Colley said Senegalese resident in The Gambia have nothing but love and respect for his principal.
Colley insisted Jammeh’s popularity remains intact despite attempts by the Senegalese media to demarket him.
He added there are few who respect The Gambia’s sovereignty and Jammeh’s constitutional right to challenge the outcome of the presidential election at the Supreme Court.