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Now you have local companies like Dangote Cement and others that have flourished, and otherwise may not have, but for that policy," said Jawara.
(18.) Jawara and Kwa, supra note 4; Bill Pritchard, "The Long
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After the events that followed the 1981 coup, former president Sir Dawda Jawara made a cabinet reshuffle that excluded Camara, who later formed his opposition Gambia People's Party and ran for the presidency in 1987.
The authors gratefully acknowledge the medical authorities of Toubacouta sanitary district, Mamadou Sonko for his technical assistance and Musa Jawara and Richard Paul for help in English translation.
The death penalty in Gambia was abolished during the reign of former President Dawda Jawara, however it was reinstated after incumbent President Jammeh came to power in 1994.
In August 1981, the Senegalese military was invited into The Gambia by President Dawda Kairaba Jawara to put down a coup attempt.
(6.) Bogh, C, Lindsay, S.W., Clarke, S.E., Dean, A, Jawara, M., Pinder, M.
Jawara M, Pinder M, Drakeley CJ, Nwakanma DC, Jallow E, Bogh C, et al, 2008.