African Pride to all those that will always have and find traces in themselves the African aura.With a sense of urgency to take immediate actions by every homeland-loving African to bring stability and reign in peace once more, there exists bravehearts such like Samsudeen Sarr who under capturing details on his latest as he once served a nation which since its post-colonial to current-time suffers in great plight–The Gambia, is its name…

DESCRIPTION BY SAMSUDEEN SARR:
“Coup de Tat by the Gambia National Army, July 22nd 1994” is my autobiography chronicling the events of the title and its impact in my life. It is a story filled with lessons about Gambian history as well as my opinions about some of the experiences conveyed. To add complexity to the story, I alternated my focus in the early chapters between scenes in the Gambia and my struggles to obtain political asylum in the United States. I also added some recollections from my childhood to educate my readers about certain social and spiritual beliefs and traditions in Gambia.

After the first few chapters however, which set up the coup and established my thoughts about it, I further provided a detailed history of my life up to the time of my enlistment in the Gambia National Army. This is where I discussed my first day in the United States in the early 80’s working and paying for my college education. It was to show how valuable but distressing moment was for me in that I found in most Americans then a total ignorance about Gambia and Africa. I then returned to focusing on life in the Gambia, before during and after the coup de tat in 1994.

In my conclusion, I detailed some of what happened to my family and other members of the Gambia National Army. Here I reflected on all that transpired, and offered some closing thoughts on the current future state of Gambian politics. Moving around in time as I did, I believe, would allow my readers to get a full sense of the breadth of the story told in the manuscript.”

If anyone takes interest in knowing more about this up-to-date recorded events of the Gambia ,visit https://www2.xlibris.com/bookstore/bookdisplay.asp?bookid=38850 for more details.

IN THE MEANTIME ,LETS JUST BE AWARE THAT WHENEVER THE RIGHT TO ONE’S VOICE IS RESERVED , THE BENEFICIARIES WOULD BECOME SAVIORS OF ALL PEDIGREES;DO WE DARE SPEAK?

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