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Jammeh Vows to Ditch English

Jammeh Vows to Ditch English

Gambian president has once again caught the world’s attention when he expressed his intention to replace English as the country’s official language. President Yahya Jammeh wanted an unnamed local language to become the former British colony’s official language. “We no longer subscribe to the belief[Read More…]

by March 10, 2014 1 comment News
Jammeh Contracts Brazilian Butchers

Jammeh Contracts Brazilian Butchers

Gambian president is reported to have contracted butchers from Brazil. Our State House sources said the said butchers originally hailed from Syria. “They have been living in Brazil when President Yahya Jammeh contracted them for the slaughter mission,” our source confirmed. “Jammeh brought the three[Read More…]

by March 10, 2014 0 comments News
Not Enough To Keep Blaming Yahya

Not Enough To Keep Blaming Yahya

How many political parties have an up-to-date manifesto clearly articulating their intended governance philosophy and priority programs to improve the nation’s quality of life? I don’t know the answer but if I have to bet I would say only PDOIS. Isn’t that in itself very[Read More…]

by March 10, 2014 2 comments Uncategorised
The Mickey Mouse Leader

The Mickey Mouse Leader

By Baba Galleh Jallow His Mouthy Lousy the Poxident, Snooty Largy Dotty Mickey MMM Mouse was at his best of the worst. Dressed in his customary cowhide robes, his iron scarf hung around his neck, his wooden cap on his rugged head, and his iron[Read More…]

by March 10, 2014 2 comments Uncategorised
Gunpowder Smell Terrifies Nyancho

Gunpowder Smell Terrifies Nyancho

By Bolonba‘ I’m cautioned every now and then By a Nyancho scared of the gun powder smell In the midst of ruthless tyranny, he recommends no confrontation One wonders, what are the present priorities of this Nyancho son? But then, oral history unveiled to us[Read More…]

by March 9, 2014 3 comments News

So I Keep My Quiet

I want to speak for my rights, but I was threatened to be jailed, if what I say is not liked by the government. “Just keep quiet and mind your business,” as if what I am saying is not my business. So I keep my[Read More…]

by March 8, 2014 1 comment Press Freedom