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Gambia Frees Detained Senegalese

Gambia Frees Detained Senegalese

By Yaya Dampha Gambian authorities have finally mustered the courage and freed a Senegalese held captive for almost two decades. Abdourahman Baldé, a native of Kolda in Southern Senegal, had been detained without trial since July 1997. Baldé was unconditionally released from prison, authoritative sources[Read More…]

by February 10, 2014 0 comments Uncategorised
French Journalists Ground Jammeh

French Journalists Ground Jammeh

Gambian president Yahya Jammeh who behaves like a fearless and brutal tyrant is reduced to a pussycat abroad, dependable sources within the corridors of power confirmed. “President Jammeh is scared of French journalists who are launching investigation into his dictatorial affairs,” a close source told[Read More…]

by February 10, 2014 0 comments Uncategorised
UK Bigamist Marries Gambia Teenager

UK Bigamist Marries Gambia Teenager

A woman whose husband disappeared after their marriage broke down was shocked when she saw he had shared photos of his wedding to a Gambian teen bride on Facebook. To add insult to injury, the wedding took place at the same Gambian resort where she[Read More…]

by February 8, 2014 0 comments News
What Leader Diaspora

What Leader Diaspora

With the Gambia Consultative Council’s (GCC) naming of Dr M L Sedat Jobe as its President, and the unrelenting drumbeat in some media houses that the Committee for the Restoration of Democracy in The Gambia (CORDEG) must select a leader to be credible, concern was[Read More…]

by February 6, 2014 0 comments News
Madiba’s Greatest Legacy to Us

Madiba’s Greatest Legacy to Us

By OumieSissokho Kinteh   “Mandela: The Hero Born in 1918 and died in 2013, it is no doubt that Nelson Mandela lived a life of a hero who went through tragedies, disappointments, but eventual successes and recognitions that any hero might have been expected to[Read More…]

by February 5, 2014 0 comments News
Turning Daggers At Protest Callers

Turning Daggers At Protest Callers

By Nanama Keita Those of us chastising Lawyer Darboe or other opposition leaders for their reluctance to take to the streets in protest against the unending barbarism that’s bedeviled the Gambia need to look inward and ask ourselves whether we’re being reasonable in our chastisement.[Read More…]

by February 3, 2014 3 comments News