Articles by: Kairo News

Gambia Scores Well On “Brain Drain”

Gambia Scores Well On “Brain Drain”

Editor, I do not mean to wind-up KairoNews readership, but I came across this story in South Africa’s Mail & Guardian. The survey is from the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015 and the three key points on The Gambia are as follows:- Brain Loss – Here[Read More…]

by September 2, 2015 0 comments News
Flurry of Tributes To Late United Democratic Party Top Man

Flurry of Tributes To Late United Democratic Party Top Man

  Dr Boro Suso was laid to rest on Sunday 30 0f August 2015 at his home Town of Bansang, CRR. He was 70 years of age. Flurry of tributes from United Democratic Party supporters to the late Dr Suso for his legacy and work[Read More…]

by September 1, 2015 1 comment News
Gambian Intellectual and UDP Strategist Dr Suso Passed Away

Gambian Intellectual and UDP Strategist Dr Suso Passed Away

Foremost academic and opposition United Democratic Party chieftain, Dr Boro Susso, has died aged 70. The former University of The Gambia don died at Pakala Clinic in Banjul after a brief illness on Saturday. Dr Boro Suso was last seen on the 23rd of August[Read More…]

by September 1, 2015 5 comments News
Courts In Gambia Closed Due to Weeding Jammeh’s Farm

Courts In Gambia Closed Due to Weeding Jammeh’s Farm

        ‘Why gave us Yahya Jammeh mother Gambia? Buba Jawo Master of the High Court, the Magistrate who convicted and sentenced Fatou Jaw Manneh to a tune of D250,000 fine,  the registrars of all the courts, and the Sheriff of the High[Read More…]

by August 28, 2015 5 comments News
Ex-Gambian president’s wife swindling £20,000 British benefits

Ex-Gambian president’s wife swindling £20,000 British benefits

Altruism or negligence, why was Lady Njaimeh on U.K benefit? Shouldn’t Jawara have catered for all his family’s expenses? What is your take? Sir Dawda Jawara the poorest former African President living today. Kairo News want readers to discuss the subject with decorum and respect[Read More…]

by August 27, 2015 11 comments News
Greater Banjul Roads Getting Worst

Greater Banjul Roads Getting Worst

As Baabili Mansa goes on hibernation, road conditions getting worst and inaccessible. Heavy rains worsening the conditions of already dilapidated roads that are not regularly maintenance. Only in the Gambia will a President go partying whilst the citizens are suffering Executive neglect and lack of[Read More…]

by August 27, 2015 5 comments News