Archive for June, 2018

We Don’t Have A Lame-duck President

We Don’t Have A Lame-duck President

This is a quick reaction to a very good and wise decision by H.E. President Adama Barrow. It could have never come late. The events of last four to five weeks within the corridors of power in Banjul are having their repercussions now, with the[Read More…]

by June 29, 2018 0 comments Politics
President Barrow Reshuffles Cabinet

President Barrow Reshuffles Cabinet

Effective today, 29 June 2018, the Cabinet of the Republic of the Gambia has been reshuffled as follows: Vice President of the Republic – Hon. Ousainou Darboe Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure – Ebrima Sillah Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs – Yet to[Read More…]

by June 29, 2018 0 comments News
The Constitutional Review Commission Is Unlawfully Constituted: A Response To Madi Jobarteh

The Constitutional Review Commission Is Unlawfully Constituted: A Response To Madi Jobarteh

He is sentinel in the public space, a voice for the voiceless, a conscientious and progressive interrogator of government policy and official conduct on the big issues of the day. Even without the many prompts urging a response to his rejoinder on my contention that[Read More…]

by June 29, 2018 0 comments Politics
Fear Not “Pursuit of Happiness” Events

Fear Not “Pursuit of Happiness” Events

#OccupyWestfield, # Dafadoy, #SSHFCStaffPrivileges, #NoTapalapa, Next? No despair, it’s all sign of good times now and even better times ahead. Years ago I told another veteran of the struggle that I find a special meaning in the American Creed of “Right to Live, Liberty and[Read More…]

by June 29, 2018 0 comments Politics
My Recollection Of Kanni-Kunda Part 1

My Recollection Of Kanni-Kunda Part 1

By Seedy S. Fofanah, Former Lecturer at UTG Being born and grown up in a relatively rustic big village was something I had never chosen but would probably have opted for that if I had the opportunity. In any case, that was my beginning as[Read More…]

by June 28, 2018 0 comments Society
Why We’ve To Put On Gloves!

Why We’ve To Put On Gloves!

We need to be real when we say it is time for work. This is all we need as a country to develop. Let there be young Gambians trained in bread making in both local and modern ways. Our civil servants, carpenters, electricians and market[Read More…]

by June 28, 2018 0 comments Society