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Imam Ratib: Treat Your Wives Well

Imam Ratib: Treat Your Wives Well

The Imam Ratib of Detroit has advised men to follow the footsteps of Prophet Muhammed by treating their wives well. “Have mercy on your wives, care them well and make them happy,” Imam Momodou Ceesay preached as he delivered his usual Friday Islam Program on[Read More…]

by March 6, 2014 0 comments Editorial
PPP Government’s Costly Mistake

PPP Government’s Costly Mistake

          A former Gambian soldier believes that the ousted regime of Sir Dawda Jawara has “paid the price of its costly mistake.” “Sir Dawda committed grave mistake when he removed Colonel Ndow Njie, a former police officer, as the Commander of[Read More…]

by March 6, 2014 1 comment Uncategorised
Did Gambia Block Viber Calls?

Did Gambia Block Viber Calls?

Kairo News has received a lot of complaints of many people’s inability to make free calls to the Gambia. Many people could not connect their families at home through Viber, the widely popular free internet phone provider. Some fear whether the Gambia government has finally[Read More…]

by March 6, 2014 0 comments News
Legalise Positive Discrimination

Legalise Positive Discrimination

Whilst the debate on tribal inclusion and diversity is raging within the Gambian diaspora, the United Kingdom head of race relations is calling for ‘positive discrimination’ by systematically helping to create a balance society, and work place. Many Gambians attacked Bakary Badjie for opening a[Read More…]

by March 6, 2014 0 comments News
Let’s Revisit CORDEG Team – A Rejoinder

Let’s Revisit CORDEG Team – A Rejoinder

By Janko Camara This morning, my attention was caught by the above captioned article tempting me to react. In doing so, I would like to make it abundantly vivid that I do not feign any mastery of the processes and procedures that gave rise to[Read More…]

by March 6, 2014 3 comments News
Mistake Haunting Our Struggle

Mistake Haunting Our Struggle

‘A National Democracy’ Agenda for the Republic of citizen activists without direct/special alliances with some groups would have served our cause better.  It would disentangle us from the vices of the Gambia’s undeveloped party politicking. Over time it would appeal to all citizens equally as[Read More…]

by March 5, 2014 0 comments News