Preparations are underway in the Gambia for this year’s presidential election, which is poised to see some old and new faces compete for the nation’s top seat.
It will be the first post-Jammeh-era election to be conducted in the country.
Ahead of the polls, new political parties have been formed with presidential aspirants promising transformation and economic empowerment for Gambians.
Dr Ismaila Ceesay of Citizens Alliance, is one of the aspirants.
When he visited our studios yesterday, my colleague Adolphus Mawolo asked him why he wanted to become president of the Gambia.