Archive for April, 2019

A PLEA TO PRESIDENT BARROW

A PLEA TO PRESIDENT BARROW

Dear President Barrow, Please allow me to use this opportunity to extend my profound thanks and appreciation to you and your entire government for the giant stride that you take in the development initiatives of Mother Gambia. This is particularly evident in the various high[Read More…]

by April 8, 2019 2 comments Society
No Amount Of Genocide Denial Can Change Facts – Gambia Justice Minister

No Amount Of Genocide Denial Can Change Facts – Gambia Justice Minister

By Julius Bizimungu The Minister for Justice of The Gambia, Ba Tambadou, has said that there is no dispute about the fact that the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi took place in Rwanda and is firmly part of the world’s history. Tambadou, who is also his[Read More…]

by April 8, 2019 0 comments Politics
Dr. Ceesay, Sabally Sweep Awards at West African Youth Confab

Dr. Ceesay, Sabally Sweep Awards at West African Youth Confab

By Alhassan Darboe University of The Gambia senior lecturer Dr. Ismaila Ceesay and former Presidential Affairs Minister Momodou Sabally were presented leadership awards at an international forum organized by the Confederation of West African Youths (CWAY) in Freetown Sierra Leone, Saturday March 30, 2019. The[Read More…]

by April 3, 2019 0 comments Society
Police Arrests Hostile TRRC Witness

Police Arrests Hostile TRRC Witness

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE ON JOHN C.B. MENDY The Ministry of Justice wishes to inform the general public that it has requested The Gambia Police Force to arrest and detain Mr John C.B. Mendy who was attempting to leave the country today,[Read More…]

by April 2, 2019 3 comments News
Barrow Wants Gambians To Own NDP

Barrow Wants Gambians To Own NDP

President Adama Barrow has made a passionate plea for Gambians to take ownership of the development blueprint of the government – the National Development Plan – in order to elevate the country to envious heights. In the absence of public support, the President added, it[Read More…]

by April 2, 2019 4 comments Politics