Archive for May, 2017

Africa Needs To Do Its Homework

Africa Needs To Do Its Homework

In matters of international relations, specifically bi-lateral and multi-lateral​ agreements or communiques, treaties and the like, it is not the responsibility of the partner or adversarial country or nation state to “look out for your interest”. It is the responsibility of both parties to maintain[Read More…]

by May 31, 2017 0 comments News
Let’s Lay Down Solid Foundations

Let’s Lay Down Solid Foundations

Mr. President: Let us lay down solid foundations so that we will not be in the same situations fifty years from now. Foreign Investors. It is really refreshing that we hear news about a lot of foreign investors visiting the country these days from China,[Read More…]

by May 31, 2017 1 comment Politics
Re – Fundamental Beliefs of the Ahmadiyyah; A Rejoinder to the Rebuttal of the Qadiani

Re – Fundamental Beliefs of the Ahmadiyyah; A Rejoinder to the Rebuttal of the Qadiani

Recently I wrote an article about the fundamental beliefs of the Ahmaddiyyah/Qadianiyyah which was meted with a swift rebuttal. This rebuttal has actually painted to me a vivid picture of the average Ahmadi’s mindset. I honestly, did not think for once that any genuine follower[Read More…]

by May 31, 2017 3 comments Society
Legislate an Act Providing for Reparation and Recognition of Victims

Legislate an Act Providing for Reparation and Recognition of Victims

Legislate an Act Providing for Reparation and Recognition of Victims of Human Rights During Yahya Jammeh! Alagi Yorro Jallow The National Assembly must enact a Human Rights Victims Reparations and Recognition Act, and create an independent Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board to administer a compensation[Read More…]

by May 30, 2017 0 comments Politics
Exposing Deyda Hydara’s Murderers

Exposing Deyda Hydara’s Murderers

For more than 12 years the family of the assasinated Gambian editor has been asking one question: who killed Deyda’s Hydara? It’s a question that would not be answered by a government that promised to protect life and property. A government that prides itself with[Read More…]

by May 30, 2017 1 comment Editorial
Weep Not My Beloveth Gambia

Weep Not My Beloveth Gambia

Weep not my Beloveth Africa and indeed my Beloveth Gambians and The Gambia. My modest plea to the Gambians, current Gambian regime and all stakeholders is to engage in a public safety campaign to advise, educate, train and sensitize the African​ and Gambian public about[Read More…]

by May 29, 2017 2 comments News