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Time Cost and Human Capital Damage of One Man Rule in Gambia

Time Cost and Human Capital Damage of One Man Rule in Gambia

An autopsy by Sarjo Bayang Money and material loss quickly comes to mind whenever people talk about 20 years misrule in Gambia. By good account of time and human capital cost since the advent of military dictatorship, overall loss to Gambia as a nation is[Read More...]

by September 19, 2014 0 comments News
‘APRC Kills Our Successful Projects’

‘APRC Kills Our Successful Projects’

Omar Amadou Jallow has released yet another YouTube video message to the public blaming the APRC government for destroying the Gambia’s successful projects. Mr. Jallow, the former Agriculture Minister and Member of Parliament for Serekunda East, recalled how the agriculture projects in the Jawara era[Read More...]

by September 17, 2014 0 comments News
GFF Disqualification Awaits Court Action

GFF Disqualification Awaits Court Action

The disqualified Gambia football federation presidential candidate is reported to have threatened the Normalisation Committee with legal action. Mustapha Kebbeh, the former football federation President, was ousted from office without completing his mandate. This followed the Gambia squad’s elimination from continental competition for fielding in[Read More...]

by September 15, 2014 3 comments News
The Enemy Must Attack You!

The Enemy Must Attack You!

FORWARD TO NEW YORK! By Ousainou Mbenga The recent out pour of calls, text messages and emails enquiring of our wellbeing following the cowardly attacks by Jammeh’s gang of thugs at the Hay Adams hotel are highly appreciated. Comrades, brothers and sisters, these attacks were[Read More...]

by September 12, 2014 0 comments News
Oscar Cleared Of Murder But …

Oscar Cleared Of Murder But …

Story provided courtesy of BBC The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial has ruled out all murder charges, but says he may still be guilty of pculpable homicide (manslaughter). Judge Thokozile Masipa said the prosecution had failed to prove the Olympic athlete killed his girlfriend[Read More...]

by September 11, 2014 3 comments News
‘NIA Want To Put Fire In My Pants’

‘NIA Want To Put Fire In My Pants’

The Gambia’s former journalist-turned-security officer has provided details of his brutal tortures.  Abdou Jeli Keita, who is still nursing injuries caused by physical tortures meted out on him, fled into exile on August 10th, principally to “save my life.” Keita’s torturers threatened to put fire[Read More...]

by September 9, 2014 3 comments News

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