Editorial

Mayor Aspirant Raises Hopes

Mayor Aspirant Raises Hopes

Seeing the likes of young, energetic, educated and able-bodied youths at the forefront of our politics is more than inspiring. The selection of 31-year-old Talib Ahmed Bensouda as the Kanifing Municipal Council mayoral candidate of the United Democractic Party at the weekend in a free[Read More…]

by February 19, 2018 1 comment Editorial
Give Us Bones Mr. President!

Give Us Bones Mr. President!

Whatever President Adama Barrow does or says will be interpreted differently – positively or negatively. His silence becomes another talking point of its own on the social media. Complaints of his failure to address national issues of concern pollute the air. Born Again Activist warriors[Read More…]

by February 17, 2018 1 comment Editorial
Jammeh Is Shamed Again

Jammeh Is Shamed Again

President Adama Barrow is not only right to reverse any controversial or selfish decisions of his predecessor but he has also succeeded in shaming Yahya Jammeh, the man who unilaterally withdrew the Gambia from the Commonwealth of Nations. The admission of the Gambia into the[Read More…]

by February 10, 2018 7 comments Editorial
Hon. Ceesay Hits The Rock

Hon. Ceesay Hits The Rock

Hon. Madi Ceesay’s story on Standard newspaper leaves the reader cringing with pains. Yes, the United Democractic Party Member for Serekunda West, must not forgive the former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh for obvious reasons. Whoever wants Hon. Ceesay to forgive the monster will have a[Read More…]

by February 5, 2018 2 comments Editorial
How Jammeh Regime Twisted Truth

How Jammeh Regime Twisted Truth

One of the legacies of the ousted Jammeh regime is twisting truth with a bid to misinforming citizens or stifling justice. The more we usher into the post-Jammeh era the more we come across bunch of distorted stories. One example of a distorted story was[Read More…]

by January 27, 2018 0 comments Editorial
Why Jammmeh’s Allies Return Home

Why Jammmeh’s Allies Return Home

Three of former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh’s trusted guards and aide who accompanied him to Equatorial Guinea returned home to face whatever awaits them rather than enduring endless hardship in another man’s land. Unlike other fugitives who sneak their way into the country, State Guard[Read More…]

by January 22, 2018 6 comments Editorial