Jammeh was born in Kanilai , and is a Muslim of the Jola ethnic group. He was then commissioned as an officer of the Gambia National Army , commanding the Military Police from to In July , he led a bloodless coup d'etat that overthrew the government of Dawda Jawara and installed himself as chairman of AFPRC, a military junta, and ruled by decree until his election as president in Jammeh was re-elected as president in , and , but lost to Adama Barrow in His time in office saw the authoritarian oppression of anti-government journalists, LGBT people and opposition parties. His foreign policy led to a constantly strained relationship with the sole neighbouring country of Senegal. In , Jammeh withdrew the Gambia from the Commonwealth of Nations , and in he began the process of withdrawing it from the International Criminal Court later rescinded by the Barrow government. Jammeh is accused of having stolen millions of dollars from the country's coffers to fund a life of luxury.
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Muhammad Mustapha Jammeh was born on the 21st January in the village of Farato which is on the urban periphery of the main city Banjul, The Gambia. A few years ago, Muhammad was also concerned about the direction of the education system in his country, the Gambia. So, he was engaged in a series of educational activities to contribute his quota in improving education and building a better society in his local community. He started a learning center in his community to help improve literacy rate of youths. Because of his strong desire for social change and fighting poverty in Africa, He joined and Co-Founded GamFruits, a social venture that seeks to improve food security in the Gambia, to help design a curriculum for their practical training on agriculture.
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In the two years that followed the coup, he moved quickly to consolidate his control over Gambia, a poor former British colony nearly surrounded by Senegal that has a strip of Atlantic coastline popular with European holiday makers. But in classic authoritarian style, Jammeh rotated key officials to prevent any from attaining political power that could challenge his own. Jammeh wielded his tight group of officials to eliminate political opponents and further his financial schemes. Some managed to stay in his good graces over time. Sulayman Badjie, the former head of the armed forces, which included the presidential guard, was so close to Jammeh that he fled the country on the same plane that finally took the ousted president into exile in Equatorial Guinea in Others were not so fortunate. Touray lived in fear of death or disappearance. Bah was imprisoned on an abuse of power charge for which he was later acquitted. In a bid to censor such criticism, Jammeh pushed a draconian media regulation bill through parliament in Hydara led a media campaign to fight it in court.
At Cyber-Duck, Mohammed aims to bring web applications to life and add incredible functionalities that meet both client and user requirements. As a Junior Developer, he enjoys learning from experts who have years of experience. A few years ago, Mohammed moved from the Gambia to England and this led to his introduction to computers. Being new to technology, he spent of lot time learning how to perform basic tasks on the web. As a result, his interest grew, and he started learning how to code. After finishing college, he decided to go to university where he studied Web Design and Development. Cyber-Duck host an annual Quack Hack that challenges our employees to use new technology and develop useful solutions to real world problems. Each team is given a brief and a core technology to use and then the Hack begins! Over 36 hours, the teams work together to research, plan and develop their products ready for a show and tell with a working demo at the end. My team Pharma-See developed a hack that's designed to make medical instructions more accessible for everyone.