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Special Gambian Kids Independence In UK

Special Gambian Kids Independence In UK

The Association Coventry will celebrate the 49th Independence of the Gambia on the 22 of February 2014, Saturday from 4pm to 9pm at 50 Freehold Street, CV1 5BH, the Coventry social club in Hillfields on the same road as the Jalabad Mosque, not far from the Petrol[Read More…]

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River Blindness Hits Northern Ghana

By Ebrima Sillah in Ghana Imagine living in a remote village in Africa without proper healthcare and all of a sudden your skin start itching after being bitten by the small black flies that breed in the waters of a river near you. And as[Read More…]

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The Gambia 49 Years After Independence

The Gambia 49 Years After Independence

By Ndey Tapha Sosseh Life begins at 40 as the saying goes.  While this idiom holds true for many situations and individuals this does not hold true for The Gambia.  Instead of bursting into a new life in 2005 when The Gambia celebrated its 40th[Read More…]

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GCC Offers Solidarity

GCC Offers Solidarity

The Gambia Consultative Council (GCC) welcomes the formation of Committee For the Restoration of Democracy in The Gambia (CORDEG). Below is the press release issued by GCC: The GCC takes this opportunity to welcome the formation of CORDEG’s executive and to extend a gesture of goodwill[Read More…]

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‘Our Institutions Are Killing One Another’

‘Our Institutions Are Killing One Another’

The opposition leader of parliament has complained about what he described as “institutions killing one another.” Hon. Samba Jallow, the member for Niamina Dankunku said this is a non-starter. “This is not the proper way of management. If institutions are going like this, I don’t[Read More…]

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NAWEC Faces Bankruptcy

NAWEC Faces Bankruptcy

The Gambia’s National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) is sitting on the edge of bankruptcy. The company has been faced with a legacy of arrears for many years amounting to over D200 million Dalasis. Local governments shoulder the largest debt of D159 millions. Also indebted[Read More…]

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