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While the Gambian president Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara was out of the country on vacation, a band of twelve renegades and civilians slipped into the tiny country of the Gambia in West Africa. The gang of rebels took over the government and held the president’s wife and children, brother, government ministers, foreign diplomats, and expatriates hostage while releasing the country’s most dangerous prisoners to inflict a frenzy of carnage and chaos. After a week of hell for the Gambian residents, the Senegalese military crushed the uprising under its great strength, freeing the hostages and sending rebel leaders on the run in the wake of its victory.
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Papa Faal is from the Gambia, West Africa. He served in the United States military for ten years, spending seven years of his service in the United States Air Force with the 459th ARW, and three years in the United States Army with the 201st Brigade Support Battalion. He culminated his military service with a tour in Afghanistan. Papa Faal currently works as an information technology consultant. He is also an adjunct instructor with ITT Technical Institute and Brown College. Papa Faal holds a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in technology management. He is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in business administration and information systems management at Walden University.
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