Identity Crisis

With Gambia as a former British colony, it was virtually natural for Gambians to emigrate to Britain during the colonial period and after our independence. There was...

The journalism awards conundrum

There are no favours.And boy, Baa Tambadou isn’t perfect. He’s a sinner that refuses to repent for his sins against divine right of freedom of expression. He...

On the Impending GTTI Fiasco: Letter the Minister of Higher Education

Honourable Minister and my dear respected kotor,I salute you with great reverence and with good reasons for that respect: You have always been a great source of...

In Defence of Ndey Tapha Sosseh: Mamadou Tangara must Resign and Apologise for Aiding...

The rebuttal by Mamadou Tangara that he never sought the extradition of Ndey Tapha Sosseh from Mali is laden with loopholes for which Tangara cannot exonerate himself...

Gambia gov’t vs The Fatu Network: Joint statement from President & Vice President of...

As many are aware, on Monday, July 8th, 2019, Radio France International reporter Romain Chanson, and The Fatu Network cameraman Modou Saidy were attacked by APRC militants...

Sabally faults the conversion of GTTI to university of engineering, science and technology

By Alhassan DarboeMomodou Sabally,former secretary General and minister of presidential affairs has faulted the conversion of GTTI to a university of Engineering, Science and Technology. Writing on...

Gambia government’s most shameful behavior towards The Fatu Network

The Fatu Network would like to express full disappointment with regard to the Gambia government’s reaction towards the assault of two journalists at the high court in...

Three years after the July 15th coup attempt in Turkey, the Fetullah terrorist organisation...

On the 15th of July we are marking the third anniversary of the hideous coup attempt by the Fethullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO), staged in Turkey three years...

Sabally Advises Youths to Stay Away from Politics, Focus on Their Education

Former Presidential  Affairs Minister as well as Secretary General and Head of the Civil Service, Momodou Sabally, was the Guest Speaker at the graduation ceremony of Yunus...

The Ramadan Rapist

By Momodou NdowWe've heard the whispers, and the wind has carried them everywhere. The weekend parties at Kanilai and endless functions populated by young Gambian women and...

Understanding the constitutional immunity for AFPRC members: Lessons for TRRC

While it is indeed painful to witness a key perpetrator like Yankuba Touray easily walk out of the TRRC it is necessary to point out that indeed...

Understanding the Constitutional Immunity for AFPRC Members: Lessons for TRRC

While it is indeed painful to witness a key perpetrator like Yankuba Touray easily walk out of the TRRC it is necessary to point out that indeed...

Open Letter to Prexy Barrow on Protest: Convene Meeting of Minds to Convey National...

Mr President,As Driver-in-chief of Bus Gambia - to use your transport metaphor - the twist and turn you make, at crucial stages of the journey to destination...

On Dedicated Service and Jolly Camaraderie: Tribute to Ismaila Jarju (Part 2)

Ismaila,Ismaila my good friend,We have just completed our obligations for your funeral rites at the Bundung Cemetery with your son Ebrima standing next to me. He looks...

The Minister of Interior Must Respect Citizens Right to Protest

It is highly concerning that the Minister of Interior Ebrima Mballow would equate protesters with ‘troublemakers’ and to go further to say that the police will use...

On Dedicated Service and Jolly Camaraderie: Tribute to Ismaila Jarju (Part 1)

Ismaila, my brother, colleague and friend,News of your demise hit me like a thunderbolt in the morning. I am yet to recover from this shock after 3...

On Divine Blessings and Related Recondite Matters: Letter to my Brother (part 2)

Dibba Junior, my good brother,It was a great conversation we had last night as I sauntered around the precious beaches of Kololi and you, in the hoods...

Armored Riot Vehicle: Is Government More Interested in Suppressing Than Protecting Human Rights?

It is indeed very worrying that given the history and experience of the Gambia in terms of freedom of assembly that the Gambia Government could not think...

On Divine Blessings and Related Recondite Matters: Letter to my Brother (part 1)

I greet you my dear brother, Dibba Junior, on this blessed morning of the day of Eid we fondly call ‘Sunkari Saloe’ in Mandinka. Shall I not...

Abolish The Caste System! In a Republic There are No Low- or High-Class Citizens

By Madi JobartehLet me say upfront that feudalism and the caste system in any form should be criminalised and abolished by law in the Gambia if we...