By Lamin Njie Former cabinet secretary Noah Touray found by the Janneh of authorising cash withdrawals of public funds and received large sums of money...

Retroactive Legislation: A Constitutional quagmire

Introduction In April 2016, the late Solo Sanding was arrested and allegedly tortured to death for demanding electoral reforms in The Gambia. Arguably, his death...

TRRC to return but coronavirus means new rules are set

The TRRC will resume its public hearings next month, it has been announced. The investigation in a statement said following consultations with the Attorney General...

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at leader calls for unity in face of challenges...

The Amir of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at has called for for unity among Muslims, as Gambians join the rest of the world's Muslims to...

As Africans Gear up for Liberation Day Sabally is Set to...

As the continent prepares myriad platforms and forums to...

President Barrow sends delegation to Basori after police attempted to arrest...

By Lamin Njie SIS chief and deputy governor of West...

Breaking: Police equipped with AK47 rifles storm top Islamic leader’s house...

By Lamin Njie Police Intervention Unit officers have stormed the...

GAMBIA ARMED FORCES, FALL NOT FOR THE CEASELESS PROVOCATION

I had intended to remain silent about the recent...

President Barrow registers appreciation to imams for respecting SoPE regulations

President Adama Barrow has expressed appreciation to imams in...

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Former cabinet secretary Noah Touray is new civil service...

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Retroactive Legislation: A Constitutional quagmire

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The TRRC will resume its public hearings next month, it has been announced. The investigation...

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at leader calls for unity in face...

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Breaking: Police equipped with AK47 rifles storm top Islamic...

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GAMBIA ARMED FORCES, FALL NOT FOR THE CEASELESS PROVOCATION

I had intended to remain silent about the recent Senegalese military incursion into Jarra...

President Barrow registers appreciation to imams for respecting SoPE...

President Adama Barrow has expressed appreciation to imams in The Gambia for adhering to...

President Barrow improvises over public holiday amid Eid hodgepodge

President Adama Barrow has declared today Saturday a public holiday in The Gambia in...

On the Chronicles of Lambai: Exploits of the Great...

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Opinions

MC Cham JNR – OPINION: Permit refusal for the ‘3 Years Jotna’

The Government of the Gambia will never stop the “short cut” despite Leadership goes with responsibility . The Movement’s denial to follow up march...

MADI JOBARTEH – OPINION: Police has no authority to stop 3 Years Jotna from holding a fundraiser

The long title of the Public Order Act says the Act is a law that prohibits private individuals from raising a military and to...

KEBBA NANKO – OPINION: President Barrow should sue Three Years Jotna movement to court

I want to congratulate the 3yrs Jotna movement for organizing a protest that was well coordinated and peaceful. The government and the security acted...

OPINION: ALHASSAN DARBOE: Barrow can be deposed in a mass uprising

When Adama Barrow was declared the winner of 2016 elections, I was beside myself with joy. I called friends and neighbors from far and...

Has our National Assembly failed to meet basic expectations?

By Zakaria Kemo Konteh 'Rubber Stamp' National Assembly was among the most common phrases used by activists to describe Members of the National Assembly during...

Cries of Gambian youth must not be ignored

By Basidia M Drammeh The demonstrations that swept the country’s two largest cities last Wednesday underpin a deep-seated crisis and mounting problems that continue to...

LAMIN NJIE: President Barrow can go ahead and do five years but there will be a cane swinging over his head

President Barrow should by rights step aside in December. He has in the past 24 months proven to be not good enough for what...

Analysis

ZKK – COMMENTARY: How A Race For Political Power And Dominance Shattered The Transition And Our Hope

By Zakaria Kemo Konteh (ZKK) We take no pleasure or pride in reminding ourselves of our dark, painful and difficult past. If anything, we were...

On the EU and their Affront to our Religion...

From the dusty scrolls of our colonial history to the muddy records of our post-independence interactions with Europe and her allied institutions, our past...

The draft constitution, retroactivity, and the rule of law

At the Paradise TV televised national discussion, and in its aftermath, the issue of the commencement of the Presidential term has dominated the public...

President Barrow is NOT interested to fight corruption

Put simply, corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. It comes in many forms, including public servants taking money or favours...

LAMIN J DARBO – COMMENTARY: CRC took the country on a tour de force on how not to draft a national constitution

As we enter the Paradise TV day on the Draft Constitution (the Draft), further observations on the document are in order. From non-constitutional material packed...

On the Audacity of Fiscal Profligacy: Letter to the Minister of Finance (Part 3)

Honourable Minister and my dear brother, I must start off by admitting my own sadness at having to write to you once more on this...

On the Chronicles of Lambai: Exploits of the Great Sons of Salikenni in Gambian Politics

Touted for its deep political culture, Salikenni is described by pundits as the 'University of Gambian Politics'. Also called Lambai-Moribolong, Salikenni,  is the 12th...

Sports

National league scrapped: Coronavirus forces GFF to completely dismantle season

The Gambia Football Federation has declared the 2019/2020 national league season 'null and void' amid the country's desperate fight against coronavirus. In a four-point move...

Samuel Eto : All you need to know about one of Africa’s great as he announces retirement

Cameroon’s four-time African Player of the Year Samuel Eto announced his retirement on Saturday at the age of 38, declaring “I need a rest”. “The...

Gina Bass wins gold at All-Africa Games, defeating woman regarded as fastest in Africa

Gambian female sprinter Gina Bass has breezed past Ivorian favourite Marie Josee Tallou to win 200 m gold at the All-Africa Games in Rabat,...

TMC writes to Barrow, requests his intervention in getting ex-Gambia coach PBJ have state funeral

Retired journalist Tijan Masanneh Ceesay has written to President Adama Barrow calling for the president’s involvement in ensuring Peter Bonu Johnson is given a...

‘Our best ever local coach:’ Tributes as ex-Gambia coach PBJ dies at 56

By Fatu Network reporter Former Gambia coach Peter Bonu Johnson has died at the age of 56. The top football mind died on Sunday after a...

All Gambian High Schools Alumni Reunion: Schools selection are the big winners at inter-schools sports event

By Tijan Masanneh Ceesay, in Atlanta Following Saturday night's white and gold gala dinner and fundraiser on Saturday, Cobb County High School Sports arena outside...

Africa Cup of Nations: Cameroon coach Seedorf sacked

The Cameroon Football Federation sacked coach Clarence Seedorf and assistant Patrick Kluivert on Tuesday, the pair paying the price for the defending champions’ last...
By Usuman Ceesay, our reporter in Dakar Died under troubled circumstances at a party for rich kids, Hiba Thiam is portrayed in some media quaters...

Women leaders exemplify equality in The Gambia

By Kathryn Edwards On any given Tuesday, in the small West African nation of The Gambia, something unusual in the history of U.S. diplomacy happens;...

I met a man in Russia. It turns out he is...

Grrr...Grrrr! A BBC breaking news alert rocked my iPhone on a Sunday evening isolating me from the rest of the world. Just as I...

The Fatu Network’s top 5 events of the year

2019 is a truly memorable year. The year was littered with a lot events and some of these events have already left lasting marks...

On the Lambai Chronicles: Letter to my friend (Part 1)

Sheriff, my brother and good friend, It has been a while since I last penned you an epistle on the happenings in our little town;...

Full text of UDP’s statement on Barrow’s rule

In 2016 the United Democratic Party good faith entered intonegotiations with other parties to form Coalition 2016 toamongst other things select a candidate to...

MADI JOBARTEH – OPINION: Police has no authority to stop 3...

The long title of the Public Order Act says the Act is a law that prohibits private individuals from raising a military and to...

KEBBA NANKO – OPINION: President Barrow should sue Three Years Jotna...

I want to congratulate the 3yrs Jotna movement for organizing a protest that was well coordinated and peaceful. The government and the security acted...

OPINION: ALHASSAN DARBOE: Barrow can be deposed in a mass uprising

When Adama Barrow was declared the winner of 2016 elections, I was beside myself with joy. I called friends and neighbors from far and...

Has our National Assembly failed to meet basic expectations?

By Zakaria Kemo Konteh 'Rubber Stamp' National Assembly was among the most common phrases used by activists to describe Members of the National Assembly during...

Cries of Gambian youth must not be ignored

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Islam Is In Books And Muslims Are In The Grave #2

When Abubakr (radiallahu anhu) became the Caliph of the Muslims, after the death of The Prophet, (peace be upon him) he set off to...

Islam Is In books And Muslims Are In the Grave #1

Islam Is In the Books and Muslims Are In the Grave #1 Lack of knowledge in basic history is making a lot of people doubt...

Rise of The Gambian Atheist

Until recently, it could be said that there’s no Gambian atheist. If there was, he certainly held his unsavoury beliefs close to his chest....

Opinion: The Strange Case Of Imam Fatty And An Audio Gone...

The internet almost came down, with the release of an audio by Imam Fatty, speaking openly on matters of the bedroom. The Imam was...

Gambia’s Immigration chief OKs proposal for ECOWAS Migration Training Academy establishment

Gambia's Immigration Chief Buba Sagnia recently joined colleague Immigration chiefs from ECOWAS countries in endorsing the establishment of a Migration Training Academy in the...