Kampyongo mocks Gambia president Adama Barrow


Excited Zambian Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo has mocked Gambia President Adama Barrow for being inaugurated in neighbouring Senegal early this year.
Speaking in parliament yesterday during debate on the motion to extend Lungu’s state of emergency by three months, Kampyongo mocked Barrow that he rushed to get inaugurated in a foreign country because he had no patience to wait.
He claimed that his leader, Edgar Lungu had a lot of patience and managed to wait for his inauguration after the 2016 contested polls even when his supporters said he had enough votes.
Gambia president Adama Barrow was early this year forced to be sworn in as president from neighbouring Senegal after dictator Yahya Jammeh refused to hand over power despite losing to Barrow. Jammeh was only forced out of office by military pressure from West African countries.

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