Articles by: Kairo News

Obama Rebuts Anti-Muslim Rhetoric In First U.S. Mosque Visit

Obama Rebuts Anti-Muslim Rhetoric In First U.S. Mosque Visit

President Barack Obama, in his first visit to a mosque in the United States, said Wednesday he was seeking to rebut “inexcusable political rhetoric against Muslim-Americans” from Republican presidential candidates. Attempting to recast what he said was a warped image of Islam while encouraging members[Read More…]

by February 3, 2016 1 comment Religion, Society
The Contending Positions For Opposition Unity

The Contending Positions For Opposition Unity

  It Is Another Election Year And The Wailing By Schist Confucianist Are At It Again While the country’s opposition political parties were said to be locked in closed door negotiations to chart out a way forward after four years of an ineffective boycott campaign, Gambia’s[Read More…]

by February 2, 2016 37 comments Editorial
Jammeh’s Amnesty Will Be On Table

Jammeh’s Amnesty Will Be On Table

Most African leaders have trampled on the rights of their citizens so much that they are scared of leaving power. President Yahya Jammeh is no exception. But one of his main opponents said “Jammeh’s amnesty will be discussed if he does not pose his candidature[Read More…]

by February 1, 2016 26 comments Politics
Jammeh On A Rift Mission In Ethiopia

Jammeh On A Rift Mission In Ethiopia

President Yahya Jammeh has traveled to Ethiopia to frustrate the African Union’s plans to deploy peacekeeping mission in Burundi, a country that risks sliding into another genocide. Burundi and its neighbour Rwanda both went through genocide resulting to mass termination of Tutsis. President Jammeh is[Read More…]

by January 31, 2016 3 comments Editorial
EU Security Grills Ben; Is He Burying Jammeh’s Hot Evidence

EU Security Grills Ben; Is He Burying Jammeh’s Hot Evidence

In their bid to extract chaff from the wind, foreign security investigators had reportedly grilled Benedict Jammeh for hours about the fate of cocaine impounded by The Gambia government. The investigators have been acting on a tip off and surveillance signals that the said drugs,[Read More…]

by January 31, 2016 4 comments News
Institution Building and Organisational Development In Gambia

Institution Building and Organisational Development In Gambia

By Sarjo Bayang Part 2: Grouping, Crowding, and Lack of Teaming in Gambia We explored the scope of institution building and organisational development for Gambia starting with Office of the President on our earlier issue in these series. Facts at hand confirmed that current occupier[Read More…]

by January 28, 2016 0 comments Society