Articles by: Kairo News

How People’s Power Triumphs

How People’s Power Triumphs

By Bax I think the problem of the judiciary and the predicament of judicial officials, can better be understood when we examine it within the wider context of failures of the institutions of governance and try to figure out the underlying factors for such failings,[Read More…]

by July 16, 2016 29 comments News
Court Of Appeal Denies Darboe & Co. Bail

Court Of Appeal Denies Darboe & Co. Bail

The Gambia Court of Appeal presided over by a panel of three judges, namely Justices A. Adegoke, Edrissa Fafa M’bai and Awa Bah, yesterday unanimously refused the bail appeal of Lawyer Ousainou Darboe, party leader of the United Democratic Party (UDP), and 19 others. The[Read More…]

by July 15, 2016 6 comments Politics
A Black Imam Breaks Ground In Mecca

A Black Imam Breaks Ground In Mecca

BRIAN DENTON FOR NEW YORK TIMES Two years ago, Sheik Adil Kalbani dreamed that he had become an imam at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Islam’s holiest city. Waking up, he dismissed the dream as a temptation to vanity. Although he is known for his[Read More…]

by July 13, 2016 5 comments Religion, Society
How NBR Governor Messes Up Salikenni

How NBR Governor Messes Up Salikenni

 Kinteh Conflicts are by nature inevitable in human interactions and a guiding element that also serves as a mirror to recall us from the brink of self destruction as a result of our words and actions. These perennial conflicts can be inflamed or discouraged very[Read More…]

by July 13, 2016 5 comments Religion, Society
Open Letter To President Jammeh

Open Letter To President Jammeh

Written By Mr Juldeh Baldeh (U.K) Dear Mr President, I am conscious that most of the letters you receive from abroad are letters to please you, because I could vividly remember during my days at the Diplomatic Mission, our then Ambassador used to write weekly[Read More…]

by July 12, 2016 1 comment Politics
Britain Probe Gambian Workers’ Death

Britain Probe Gambian Workers’ Death

British authorities have delayed the burial of four Gambians and a Senegalese that were crushed to death after a heavy concrete wall at a Burningham recycling plant. Thursday’s accident, which claims the lives of the four Gambians: Saibo Sillah, Mohammed Jagana, Alimamo Jammeh and Bangaly[Read More…]

by July 12, 2016 2 comments News