Archive for June, 2015

Coup D’etat Rocks Local Football

Coup D’etat Rocks Local Football

Football club representatives in Brikama have been reeling with the pain for being elbowed out of the town’s elective congress at the weekend. “What happened at the congress was a coup d’etat perfectly executed by the Governor’s office and the National Sports Council (NSC),” one[Read More…]

by June 30, 2015 0 comments Society
The Royal Prince Of Brikama Gone Mad

The Royal Prince Of Brikama Gone Mad

“The Gambia has achieved significant progress in legal due process, press freedom and trafficking in persons…” Minister Sherrif Bojang The Brikama Prince who adores and loves the good life is now digging his own grave. Longevity in the inner cabals of the Jammeh tyranny is[Read More…]

by June 30, 2015 12 comments News
Will Jammeh Comply With IMF Advice?

Will Jammeh Comply With IMF Advice?

IMF Concludes Article Five Visit In Banjul After the rude and abrupt executive interference in the setting of foreign exchange rates for the Dalasi, artificially letting it appreciate by close 70%, decreed by the Office of the President, many Gambians were put in a state[Read More…]

by June 28, 2015 0 comments Editorial
Gambia At Last Gets Deputy Army Chief

Gambia At Last Gets Deputy Army Chief

Major General Yankuba Drammeh  has once again occupied the position of the deputy Chief of Defence Staff of the Gambian army. Drammeh last manned the position in June 2012 when he was retired from the army and sent on diplomatic service. The Gambia had been[Read More…]

by June 28, 2015 1 comment News
Nigeria Senators Fight Over Leadership

Nigeria Senators Fight Over Leadership

Is it not disheartening or sickening to see the newly elected politicians in a country bedevilled with terror fighting over leadership? That was exactly what the All People’s Progressive party members of President Muhammadu Buhari did at a Senate Caucus meeting in the National Assembly[Read More…]

by June 28, 2015 0 comments Editorial
Gambia Elections Must Be Credible

Gambia Elections Must Be Credible

The Desk Officer for The Gambia at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London has said The Gambia’s 2016 presidential elections must be credible. In a response to concerns raised by Sidia Bayo of a Gambian opposition group abroad, Theodore Baizos said credibility is essential[Read More…]

by June 28, 2015 1 comment News