The Military Establishment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Are Citizens Guarding Their Guardians?

In the past decade alone military establishments or units of military establishments in West Africa have either destabilize or threatened the state in many aspects. These units...

Poverty and Misrule in Sub- Saharan Africa

It is often said that Africa is the richest continent on planet earth, yet harbors the world’s poorest people. Poverty is a menace in Africa. It is...

Senegal’s TV Commentator Becaye Mbaye and the Hypocrisy of Adventurist Materialism

Ever since July 22nd 1994, haa, that dastardly accidental embarrassing event in our country’s history, when a section of the Gambia’s armed forces stroke a crushing torpedo...

AFRICAN UNION AND THE ECOWAS, HAND IN GLOVE WITH THE NEOCOLONIAL “RULING CLASS”.

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) held its 47thordinary session in Accra, Ghana on May 19, 2015 as the region is roiling in crises such...

THE GAMBIA STATE CENTRAL PRISON: MILE 2

The notorious dungeon cum prison of Mile 2 Central Prison in The Gambia is situated six minutes’ drive from the capital, Banjul.  The national institution is the...

The Green Youth are the neighborhood terrorists and thugs living among you…be forewarned…

Mama Linguere Sarr of FatuRadio Network had an impromptu and revealing interview with a former member of the so-called Youth of Dictator Yaya Jammeh, on Monday August...

JAMMEH DIDN’T CREATE DUGA; JAMMEH CANNOT DESTROY DUGA!

Based on a picture taken of me and Omar Faye, the ambassador of the Republic of the Gambia at the commemoration of Father Anthony Gabisi’s 30 years...

The Gambia: Three years on, nine Mile Two Prison executions; but were 26 prisoners...

On the third anniversary of the heinous Mile Two Prison executions, Gambians solemnly remember one of the most the tragic days in the Gambia’s history. The oldest...

Inside the Last Weekend Jammeh’s FAO Award Celebration in Kanilai: The Case of a...

Kanilai over the weekend was host to hundreds of people from different sectors of Gambian societies including civil servants of different categories and from all the three...

The Slow Death of Banjul…thanks to a vengeful and shortsighted Dictator – Yaya Jammeh.

Nyang Njie, in his article, Eulogy to Banjul, (nyangnjie.blogspot.com) beautifully captures the slow and painful demise of Banjul as this once political, economic and cultural capital of...

OPPORTUNITY OR PERIL, GAMBIA AT A CROSSROAD

The legal, active and registered opposition political parties in the Gambia individually and in the aggregate have reached a fork on the road and they must make...

The Gambia: No yet freedom

It was a week of surprises, cheers, laughs, smiles, hugs, kisses, tears of sadness and tears of joy; all in one hell of a family reunion. Prisoners...

The Gambia: Amnesty for what; no thank you for overdue political prisoner release


A big part of the miracle of change occurs by the forces of nature; sometimes with human influence, but more often; not. It is dynamic, imperceptible and...

The Pardon? What Next for the Opposition

The euphoria about the presidential pardon continues to excite Gambians of all walks of life. Indeed the individuals who are released and their families will particularly rejoice...

Resign and Face Prosecution, Not To Pardon!

Yaya Jammeh, we have a constitution accompanied by laws that set up institutions and processes that set the parameters that govern our country. This is called the...

Bowing Down to Pressure; We are Resolute, Step Down Jammeh!!

Gambia’s criminal ruler, Yaya AJJ Jammeh, came to power through a military-backed overthrow on July 22nd 1994. Since then, he stationed himself as the world’s “Pharaoh” ruling...

Is Yahya Jammeh’s LEADERSHIP REALLY THE MAIN PROBLEM OF The Gambia?

Addressing this subject of Yahya Jammeh's leadership, I am going to be using my experience living in The Gambia as a child and a frequent visitor in...

Enablers and Dis-Enablers

This obsession about Enablers of Yaya Jammeh is going to be a major factor in the derailment and weakening of the struggle to bring about positive change...

The Gambia is not a democracy. It is a tyranny. The evidence is clear.

The incidence of arbitrary arrests, detention and enforced disappearance and killings by the State under Yaya Jammeh is a clear testimony that the country is not run...

The Gambia: Overdue opposition unity puts Gambians on the path to freedom; amidst National...

No one saw it coming. It hit the airwaves like a thunderbolt. Its effects, apart from euphoric, are giving Gambians back their long lost sense of hope....

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