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Police Thrash Corruption Allegations

Police Thrash Corruption Allegations

RESPONSE TO ALLEGATIONS OF POLICE CORRUPTION- Case of Mari Da Silva Reference to a post by online Newspaper What’s On-Gambia dated Saturday 10th August with headline “Cheikh is worse than America’s R Kelly!” And Wednesday 14th August 2019 headlined “Here are the Police officers who[Read More…]

by August 18, 2019 0 comments Society

Gambia Announces 2019 African Games

A squad of 21 athletes and officials will fly Thr Gambia’s flag high at this year’s 12th edition of the African Games to be held in Morocco from August 16-31. The team will have representation in 5 out of 26 sporting disciplines being contested at[Read More…]

by August 18, 2019 0 comments Sports
Omar Jammeh Wins 2019 Youth Excellence Award

Omar Jammeh Wins 2019 Youth Excellence Award

Omar Jammeh has been named winner of The Stone Circle’s Youth Excellence Award (YEA) 2019. The award is given in commemoration of the International Youth Day – the UN’s annual celebration of the role of young people in creating positive change across the world. The[Read More…]

by August 13, 2019 0 comments Society

Saudi Arabia: Gambian Students Condemn Hajj Allegations  

On August 6th, 2019, Standard Newspaper carried an article authored by the Secretary General of Gambia Hajj Commission Foday Sambou Ceesay. In the said article, Mr. Ceesay leveled the following allegations against Gambian students in Saudi Arabia: That Gambian students in Saudi Arabia crowded pilgrims[Read More…]

by August 13, 2019 0 comments News
‘Gambia’s Democratic Process Is Not A Lip Service’

‘Gambia’s Democratic Process Is Not A Lip Service’

By Abdoulie John As the Constitutional Review Commission (CRC) is on the verge of starting the drafting of The Gambia’s Constitution, the commission’s Chairman on Wednesday emphasised the importance of the institutional and constitutional reforms.Justice Sulayman Jallow said the process is not a simple formality.[Read More…]

by August 8, 2019 0 comments Politics
Former Minister Regrets Defending Jammeh’s Internet Laws

Former Minister Regrets Defending Jammeh’s Internet Laws

By Abdoulie John The frmer Information Minister has expressed regret for his role in helping ousted Gambian dictator to come up with draconian internet laws destined for crushing dissent in the cyberspace. Nana Grey-Johnson described the move as the ‘lowest point’ in his life. Mr.[Read More…]

by August 8, 2019 0 comments Freedom, News