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Jammeh Calls Zeinab Ma Cheri

Jammeh Calls Zeinab Ma Cheri

Gambian Language Absent In His House Our investigation has proven that despite his public ranting threatening to replace English as the country’s official language, Gambian leader speaks with his family in English and French. “Only English and French are spoken in his household,” a source[Read More…]

by March 18, 2014 3 comments News
GDAG Cheers Opposition Acquittal

GDAG Cheers Opposition Acquittal

North Carolina based Gambia Democratic Action Group (GDAG) has applauded the acquittal of the Youth Secretary of the main opposition United Democratic Party. Solo Sandeng’s acquittal and discharge by the Brikama Magistrate’s Courts on Monday followed his illegal arrest and detention without trial for nine[Read More…]

by March 18, 2014 0 comments Uncategorised
Lack of Safeguards Dooms Us

Lack of Safeguards Dooms Us

Europe and the Western world never assume anyone is perfect or beyond betraying the Public trust. They simply put safeguards that will stop and prevent corruption and misuse of power, position and privileges. We in Africa are still assuming that people cannot do this or[Read More…]

by March 18, 2014 2 comments Editorial
UDP Youth Secretary Acquitted

UDP Youth Secretary Acquitted

By Yaya Dampha Ebrima Solo Sandeng is acquitted and discharged of the charges level against him at the Brikama Magistrates Courts this morning. Sandeng was standing trial for “giving false information to a public officer and for holding a political meeting without a valid permit”, charges[Read More…]

by March 17, 2014 9 comments News
Development Is Less Impressive If…

Development Is Less Impressive If…

By Lamin Touray The Director of Human Rights Watch (HRW) UK has said development is less impressive if it does not include freedom from fear, violence, ill health, life threatening environmental pollution and abusive employment practices. David Mepham, the guest speaker at the 32nd Marlborough[Read More…]

by March 16, 2014 0 comments News

Scars Of River Blindness In Ghana

In his continuing series on river blindness in Northern Ghana, Investigative Journalist report on how the disease is wrecking havoc on local communities in the Upper East Region of Northern Ghana where the impact of the river blindness is most severer. The story is part[Read More…]

by March 16, 2014 0 comments Health