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Jammeh: A Tapeworm In Senegal’s Stomach

Jammeh: A Tapeworm In Senegal’s Stomach

  By Ousainou Mbenga Aside from the above metaphor, Jammeh is indeed a two – headed tapeworm, one sucking Gambian blood, the other slowly eroding the bowels of its secondary host –Senegal – by inflaming Casamance, the southern region of Senegal. In addition, the escalating[Read More…]

by March 23, 2014 0 comments Uncategorised
Kenya MPs Legalise Polygamy

Kenya MPs Legalise Polygamy

Female MPs in Kenya have stormed out of a late-night parliamentary session in a row over the legalisation of polygamy. The law is intended to bring civil law, where a man is only allowed one wife, into line with customary law, where some cultures allow[Read More…]

by March 22, 2014 0 comments News
Gambia's Music Guru Fights Back

Gambia's Music Guru Fights Back

A veteran Gambian musician has called for cessation of what he called “demonizing musicians of the 70s.” Babou Jobe is being pursued for sounding his opinion that the environment is not conducive for a conscious artist. “I have been publicly – on national radio –[Read More…]

by March 22, 2014 3 comments Editorial, Society
Gay Debate Goes Yale Law School

Gay Debate Goes Yale Law School

  By Dida Halake, London UK. Editor, The UK’s only Supreme Court woman judge, Lady Hale (whom I once described admiringly as “one Hell of a Lady”) has taken the Gay Debate to the hallowed lecture hall of Yale Law School. (Lady Hale’s most notable[Read More…]

by March 22, 2014 0 comments News
The Height Of Jammeh's Hypocrisy

The Height Of Jammeh's Hypocrisy

Our State House source has exposed President Yahya Jammeh’s hypocrisy, wondering why Gambian leader continues his systematic campaign against the west.  Some years back, Gambian leader denied accepting the said Honorary Citizenship, let alone keeping it. But his latest rant against the west has forced[Read More…]

by March 21, 2014 1 comment News
Colors of Gambian Women's Exploitation

Colors of Gambian Women's Exploitation

Women the world over have been and are continually been exploited in varied forms and levels by politicians, employers, societies, families and male counterparts. The first generation of women who braced social scorn to spotlight their deplorable conditions and exploitations were branded “feminists” denoting negative[Read More…]

by March 21, 2014 0 comments Editorial