By Omar Bah
The Alliance for Patriotic Re-orientation and Construction (APRC) West Coast Regional chairman, Ebrima Solo Marreh has said that the former ruling party is faced with financial constraints.
“The only constraint APRC is facing right now is funding because whatever we do now comes from our own pockets,” he told journalists at his Busumbala residence recently.
Speaking further, Mr Marreh said former President Yahya Jammeh is not giving them a single butut to run their campaign, contrary to widespread rumour that Jammeh is still sponsoring the party.
He said despite all the challenges the APRC party loyalists should remain discipline and allow the United Democratic Party to enjoy their moments of joy.
Marreh praised interim Party leader Fabakary Tombong Jatta for his efforts in uniting the supporters of the party.
He said people must accept defeat when they are clearly defeated in elections. “We at APRC will learn from our mistakes. Where there are errors, we will try to correct them and forge ahead.”
“The APRC from henceforth would be strengthening unity within ourselves and other political parties in the country,” he concluded.
Source: The Standard newspaper