At the core of this disquiet is the possible registration of Gambian minors and non-citizens from Senegal, Casamance, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone and Mauritania to name just a few. To a doubting public, the election results have already been predetermined by the fraudulent maneuvering of IEC; a move designed to advantage the regime. And as of now, no party except Yahya Jammeh and his Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council (AFPRC) appear ready for an election, which calls into question the credibility of the electoral process before it even begins. So far, what has transpired or is ongoing, suggests that the opposition is being duped, outflanked and taken for fools by both the IEC and Yahya Jammeh and his regime.To begin, the general public was taken by surprise when both UDP party leader Ousainou Darboe and PDOIS's Halifa Sallah absolved Yahya Jammeh of culpability for undertaking the "Meet the People" tour at this particular time, even quoting a Constitutional requirement that empower Yahya Jammeh to embark on this de-factor campaign tour. And equally surprising, their admonition of Yahya Jammeh against campaigning on the tour was ridiculously lame and laughable for the simple reason that Yahya Jammeh is not bound by our laws and Constitution and certainly does not play by the rules. Additionally, the anomaly in the voter registration process is sufficiently serious to warrant a united opposition dialogue for the purpose of boycotting the elections. It is out of fear of this possible eventuality that the IEC has extended an invitation for a public review of its voter register. But the move is only a smokescreen intended to make voters feel confident that the daring invitation somehow demonstrates the preclusion of fraud in the voter registration process.