Editorial

Will Tambadou Follow Dibba’s Legacy?

Will Tambadou Follow Dibba’s Legacy?

The Gambia’s former Vice Present Sheriff Mustapha Dibba did what would remain reverred any time the history of the country is written or spoken. Mr. Dibba tendered his resignation on September 15th 1972 when his brother Kutubo Dibba was involved in butut scandal. As a[Read More…]

by July 17, 2017 1 comment Editorial
Jawara Enters Africa’s Hall of Fame

Jawara Enters Africa’s Hall of Fame

Despite frantic efforts by the Jammeh regime to white wash all his gains, former Gambian President continues to regain his lost glory. At 93, Sir Dawda Jawara is peacefully resting at home. He is not one of those former elderly statesmen soaked in basket full[Read More…]

by July 6, 2017 4 comments Editorial
Civil Service Becoming Ghost Town!

Civil Service Becoming Ghost Town!

Historically, the Gambia’s Personnel Management Office (PMO) is always full of people most of who are job seekers in the Civil Service. The place is the first port of call for would-be career Civil Servants. The office announces vacancies, conducts interviews, vets and employs government[Read More…]

by June 23, 2017 0 comments Editorial
Democracy Doesn’t OK Lying

Democracy Doesn’t OK Lying

Undoubtedly, True Democracy cannot be separated from noise. That’s the beauty of this system of governance. It thrives when people are guaranteed the right to speak or express themselves without restrictions. But no democracy guarantees the peddling of lies. Even the post-Jammeh era democracy in[Read More…]

by June 1, 2017 1 comment Editorial
Exposing Deyda Hydara’s Murderers

Exposing Deyda Hydara’s Murderers

For more than 12 years the family of the assasinated Gambian editor has been asking one question: who killed Deyda’s Hydara? It’s a question that would not be answered by a government that promised to protect life and property. A government that prides itself with[Read More…]

by May 30, 2017 1 comment Editorial
Of Jammeh’s Thievery Enablers

Of Jammeh’s Thievery Enablers

The firing of the Central Bank Governor Amadou Colley, deputy Governors, Basiru Njai and Oumie Savage-Samba and bank’s Director of Finance Ousainou Corr, is long overdue considering these officials’ overseeing of an institution where a mere note from Yahya Jammeh’s buddies or protocol officers would make[Read More…]

by May 15, 2017 3 comments Editorial