The ruling National People’s Party (NPP) has today unveiled its new national executive with President Adama Barrow as secretary general and party leader. 

Senior government officials including the Vice President Isatou Touray and the Minister of Information and Communication Ebrima Sillah have been appointed as deputy national president and media secretary respectively. 

Other cabinet ministers were listed as co-opted members of the NPP national executive. 

Dembo ‘By-Force’ Bojang maintained his position as national president and former DJ and show promoter Lamin Cham was appointed as national campaign manager.  

Mambanyick Njie was appointed to the post of administrative secretary and Saikou Bah was named as his deputy.

Lamin Jammeh joined the executive as spokesman and Seedy Njie was appointed deputy spokesman. 

Kaddy Fofana got the role of national women mobiliser and MP Fatoumatta Jawara was appointed to the role of national female youth president. 

Other party officials appointed to the executive include the following: Ramatoulie Bah (deputy national female youth president), Suku Singhateh (social and fund raising chairman), Momodou Bojang (deputy social and fund raising chairman), Kaw Barry (deputy national treasurer), Lamin K Saidy (deputy national youth president), Maimuna Ceesay (diaspora secretary), Lamin Jawara (deputy diaspora secretary), Musa Drammeh (national treasurer), Fabou Sanneh (national organising secretary) and Kebba Madi Bojang (national youth president). 

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