President Barrow returns from Saudi Summit

EYEAFRICA TV: Banjul, THE GAMBIA: The Gambian President Adama Barrow, accompanied by a high powered government delegation returned to Banjul this evening from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he attended the recently concluded Arab-Islamic-American Summit.
The summit focused on the fight against terrorism also witnessed the opening of the first international center against extremism.
During the summit, the Gambian leader met several world leaders including Saud king Salman and the Senegalese President Macky Sall.
After the summit, President Barrow and delegation headed to the holy city of Mecca where he performed the Ummra before departing for Banjul.
Meanwhile, during the summit, President Barrow’s visit has dominated the deadlines and social media comments when he was caught on camera sleeping. Many also believed he was slumbering but the State hasn’t clarify on the issue.
Journalist Sainey MK Marenah on a facebook post said: “Mr President is not sleeping deh. His closed aide told me that’s the nature of the President’.
Samsudeen Phatey a Political Analysis comment this on a pose made by another Gambia Journalist Alhagie Jobe an it read: The President is tired, very tired. I blame his protocols for this. He left the signing with the chinese and did not even nap and boom taken on a plane to Saudi. He was wearing the same Haftan he got to Saudi. Ousainou Darboe and others went and had rest and even changed. Then he went on a series of engagement without regards to the time difference. The wronged him. . They should make this decisions for him. But anyway, Mr President, still keep your eyes open. DOn’t worry, I guess you were just resting it and and had protecting it from the beautiful lights.

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