Gambia: Malian Singer Extols the 'Breakthrough'

[Daily Observer]Ever since the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh made the historic breakthrough in a cure and treatment for the HIV/AIDS and other debilitating ailments six years ago, commendations and appreciations have been outpouring from all walks of life across the globe, with people expressing their most profound gratitude to the Medical Myth Buster for coming up with therapies against sickness that used to be life-threatening.
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