Coalition presidential hopeful Adama Barrow worked as a security guard in a local store in England, a British newspaper has revealed.
According to Express, Mr Barrow worked for Argos, a British catalogue retailer operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Argos is a subsidiary of Sainsbury's.
The revelation comes as Gambians prepare to go to the polls on December 1 to elect a new president.
It has left many scratching their heads wondering if he is the right man to steer the ship of state.
His surrogates were reportedly not impressed with Express’ revelation.
Unlike other foreign newspaper articles on Barrow, it wasn’t shared on any of their social media pages.
When Barrow was elected to lead the opposition coalition at a primary held at the Kairaba Beach Hotel, it was claimed he was in England to further his education.
The university he attended and the degree he obtained are still unknown to the electorates.
One of his biggest critics, Ebou Jallow, described him as clueless and incompetent.