Contact Us
Mass resignation hits Operation 3 Years Jotna
Home » News  »  Mass resignation hits Operation 3 Years Jotna
Mass resignation hits Operation 3 Years Jotna

More than 10 executive members of Operation 3 Years Jotna have quit in a mass resignation and some could be joining the Barrow Fans Club.

Among those who resigned include Fatou Conta (Gambia), Sheriff Jadama (Gambia), Alieu Badjan (Gambia), Boy Pullo (Italy), Musa Touray (Germany), Fatou Bah (USA), Isatou Jallow (USA) and John Bojang (Gambia).

Co-founder of Operation Three Years Jotna, Yerro N Jallow, popularly known as Kaw Yerro, disclosed to What's On-Gambia: "Most of our members have lost confidence in us, the leaders."

He rubbished rumours that he received a gift of D100, 000 from President Adama Barrow.

"That's totally false. I never spoke with Barrow or any member of his inner circle. That's completely false."

When asked whether the Operation 3 Years Jotna protest would happen in December, he responded: "Yes, nothing would stop that. It will happen, but we might not be able to get the crowd we want. Many Gambians are beginning to change their minds."

He further disclosed the group is in critical financial distress.

"We have only D40, 000 in our account. We are facing serious financial difficulty and this is why we are unable to tour the country to mobilise support for the December protest."

Operation 3 Years Jotna, a pressure group calling for President Adama Barrow to respect his campaign promise to step down after three years, was established in 2017.


Leave a Reply