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Salif Sadio Returns To Rebel Base

Salif Sadio Returns To Rebel Base

The leader of the rebel Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (MFDC) is reported to have returned to the bushes of southern Senegal bush. Salif Sadio fled from his base when the Senegalese army in March this year launched a sweeping military operation aimed at[Read More…]

by September 19, 2022 0 comments News
Captain Cambi: The Soldier Who Needed No Introduction

Captain Cambi: The Soldier Who Needed No Introduction

Some 34 years ago or thereabout, I would come to know Ebrima Cambi through a mutual friend in Brikama. I had finished High School and just starting the Sixth Form at Gambia High School where the same mutual friend was also in Upper Six. He[Read More…]

by September 19, 2022 0 comments Society
The British Colonial Mismatch

The British Colonial Mismatch

The biggest country in Africa that the United Kingdom colonized is Nigeria. The biggest country that the United Kingdom colonized in Asia is India (which then comprised the present day Pakistan and Bangladesh). When the UK came into Nigeria and India, like all other countries[Read More…]

by August 31, 2022 0 comments Society
Dopamine Detox: It I’ll Change Your Life

Dopamine Detox: It I’ll Change Your Life

Merve Yılmaz Dopamine detox: It will change your life If you can’t read even for 5 minutes or study and think you have a distraction this post for you. Photo by Roger Bradshaw on Unsplash If you clicked this writing it is possible that you can’t focus now[Read More…]

by August 31, 2022 0 comments News
Why Nigeria Gold Medalist Shed Tears

Why Nigeria Gold Medalist Shed Tears

When Tobi Amusan climbed the stage of the 2022 World Athletics Championships to pick up the Gold medal.. she had no tears streaming down her eyes.. Then the national anthem of Nigeria was played.. Tears rolled down her eyes! Tobi Amusan remembered how a country[Read More…]

by August 31, 2022 0 comments Politics
Think of What You Can Add More Than What You Can Take

Think of What You Can Add More Than What You Can Take

There was a circulated photo of a vulture waiting for a starving Sudanese girl to die and feast on her during the 1993 famine in Sudan. The photo was taken by Kevin Carter, a South African photojournalist who later won the Pulitzer Prize for this[Read More…]

by August 10, 2022 0 comments Society