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Peter Singhatey Exposed

Peter Singhatey Exposed

Peter Begs Jammeh To Spare The Singhatey Family By Alhajie Kanteh The Gambia Daily Observer recently carried a publication conveying message of goodwill and support of erstwhile Lt. Col. Peter Singhatey to the dictator Jammeh and his brutal regime. Singhatey, who is on self-imposed exile[Read More…]

by April 5, 2014 0 comments Society
Breaking News: Samba Faal Dismissed

Breaking News: Samba Faal Dismissed

By Yaya Dampha President Yahya Jammeh has terminated the services of the Gambia’s High Commissioner to Senegal. Samba Faal was one of the longest serving mayors in the city of Banjul. He was assigned to the diplomatic service after he lost the mayoral seat to[Read More…]

by April 5, 2014 0 comments Editorial
Gambia’S Criminal Justice System Liquidates Amadou Sanneh

Gambia’S Criminal Justice System Liquidates Amadou Sanneh

  “Amadou Sanneh was Jailed by the criminal justice system to prevent him becoming potential UDP leader.” Lawyer Darboe Leader of the opposition United Democratic Party (UDP), Ousainou Darboe, has said that his party will proffer a new candidate for 2016 presidential elections who will[Read More…]

by April 4, 2014 8 comments Politics
EU Pledges Major Cash Support To Africa

EU Pledges Major Cash Support To Africa

The European Union will offer Africa 28 billion Euros (about $30 trillion) over six years to fund a range of projects, officials announced here at the end of the fourth EU-Africa summit. According to a joint communiqué issued after the meeting of 40 African leaders and[Read More…]

by April 4, 2014 1 comment Politics
Dr Saja Taal Passed Away

Dr Saja Taal Passed Away

Dr Taal, an extremely popular lecturer at the University of The Gambia, former Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education and also former managing director of the Daily Observer Company in 2005, passed away on Tuesday in Dakar, Senegal, The Point can reveal. Born on 22 March[Read More…]

by April 3, 2014 0 comments News
Amnesty Gives Gambia Red Card

Amnesty Gives Gambia Red Card

The UK-based human rights group has issued a red card to the Gambia government for its failure “to improve on its human rights situation.” Amnesty International (AI) says the West African country’s human rights situation has deteriorated since the Gambia’s first Universal Periodic Review (UPR)[Read More…]

by April 2, 2014 0 comments Politics