Open letter to political factotum Reverend Father Peter Lopez

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I made an audio about this subject this morning of Wednesday, September 22, 2021but thought it necessary after a good lunch to write something about it in...

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres interview with Al Jazeera is a must watch for...

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I think all 193 heads of government represented at the United Nations (UN) Organization plus political scholars aught to listen and take note of the interesting interview...

On the security concerns of The Gambia

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By W Saine After the stabbing of a young prosperous Gambian with a promising career another incident of robbery occurred at Kerr Seringe. This kind of armed robbery was...

No To Foreign Troops. ECOMIG Should Leave. Now.

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By Madi Jobarteh The presence of ECOMIG in The Gambia is a matter of international agreement under the purview of Section 79(1)(c) of the Constitution which requires the...

MELVILLE ROBERTS – OPINION: The APRC and the NPP have absolute rights to...

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By Melville Robertson Roberts We either practice Democracy as it is or discard it and practice our own system of governance patterned according to our belief and value...

The Hypocrisy in Defending the Evil Alliance of Betrayal between NPP and APRC

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By Madi Jobarteh The fence sitters and the cheerers of poor leadership and their anti-accountability desperados have started whining since September 5 trying to use democracy and human...

Missteps, Missed Opportunities and High-Voltage Politics

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By Famara Fofana Almost five years since Gambians saw the back of Yayha Jammeh, the initial optimism and euphoria that had swirled through the nation feels like a...

ZAKARIA KEMO KONTEH – OPINION: It Is About Their Misguided Tribal Prejudice More...

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In the course of my interactions with some non-UDP supporters, a disturbing pattern has emerged which could potentially be a decisive factor in December elections that may...

Who are behind this dumb conspiracy against Ousman Rambo Jatta and the APRC executive?

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How logical is Alagie Sanyang, Rambo Jatta's accuser of bribery to tell the police that after the APRC 1st Deputy party leader paid him the D30,000.00 bribery...

The Gambia: Searching For That Ideal Leader

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By Cherno Baba Jallow As Adama Barrow began his presidency almost five years ago, one wondered what kind of a leader would he turn out to be. His...

Essa Faal throws his hat into the “crowded”ring!

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By Basidia M Drammeh For months, rumours have been swirling around that the TRRC Lead Counsel, Essa Faal, will join the political fray, but the internationally acclaimed lawyer...

Faceoff between The State And The Nurses: Can It Be Averted?

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By Musa Bah, The Watchman I have learnt from a very reliable source that a faceoff between the State (through the Ministry of Health) and the National Association...

LAMIN NJIE – OPINION: Essa Faal’s entrance borders on bravado but here is the...

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How riveting can it get with less than 100 days to election? Essa Faal said he felt great when I asked him how he felt as he entered...

Kudos to the NAMs and the President for the Access to Information Act

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By Madi Jobarteh The passing of the Access to Information Bill by the National Assembly and its signing into law by the President marks one of the most...

What happened to D14 million airport project and D35 million Banjul rehabilitation project: Corruption...

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By Sariang Marong Corruption as the name implies is an enormous obstacle to the realization of human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural, as well as the...

LAMIN NJIE – OPINION: NPP is poor for Ramou’s departure but it’s not big...

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It's a good day out in the political field for UDP. Getting Ramou from NPP is big, as big as Suku Singhateh leaving the party and heading...

President Barrow Does Not Deserve A Second Term…

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By Zakaria Kemo Konteh Oftentimes, we call out the President for his manifest betrayal of our trust, for glaring incompetence of his administration and for his gleefully naked...

Hoodwinking and Exploiting the People

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By Madi Jobarteh Look at these expensive vehicles posed in front of muddied lakes in our communities as if shooting of a Hollywood action movie is about to...

Barrow Shoots Himself in the Foot

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By Cherno Baba Jallow In the presidential elections of 2016, Gambians were presented with a Hobson’s choice: return an erratic dictator to power or hand the presidency to...

Heads should roll!

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By Basidia M Drammeh A troubling image making rounds on social media of the Banjul International Airport inundated with water speak volumes of the country’s state of affairs....