HISTORY IS MADE IN SIERRA LEONE, AS FIRST LADIES JOIN PROTEST

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The Office Of The First Lady, in collaboration with The Ministry of Gender and social welfare staged a peaceful protest against sexual violence on Sat 15th Dec....

Internet shutdown! National Assembly must act

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By Madi Jobarteh I hope the National Assembly will summon the relevant authorities to a public hearing to question them why this internet shutdown happened across the country...

The Threats of Our Times: Ownership and Leadership is The Way Forward

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When the Arab Spring erupted in 2010, cities across much of the Arab world came under fire from mass protest of citizens demanding change. From Tunis in...

The Enigma of a Gambian Islamic State: Leadership Policy Rationale in Context

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President Jammeh of the Gambia has done it once more, bringing to light his controversial and irrational state of mind. From claims that he can cure HIV/AIDS,...

“Former Captain Ebou Jallow absconded with $3 Million Dollars,” Lamin Kaba Bajo Tells Commission

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Captain Ebou Jallow, former Spokesman of the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council AFPRC Military Junta has been accused of stealing millions of US dollars from state funds...

The Arrest of GDC Councilor…

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It has been reported recently that the newly elected councilor of Julangel Ward was arrested along with a few other supporters of the Gambia Democratic Congress. This...

staring down the enormous taboo of asking challenging questions

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It has been a long, costly, frustrating road for the Gambians with lists of scandals, gauntlet of hurdles that Yaya Jammeh intentionally caused and now he turns...

The Gambia: The way forward!

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By Sheriff Kora There is no tragedy greater than the citizens of a nation resigning their citizenship due to the lack of faith in their own abilities to...

Yankuba Touray’s conviction

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As an adversely mentioned perpetrator in the 1995 gruesome murder of Ousman Koro Ceesay; the then Finance Minister, Yankuba Touray was availed of the opportunity to give...

GORDON JONATHAN LEWIS – COMMENT: To build back better, we must listen to children....

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For many countries, including The Gambia, that today celebrate World Children’s Day to commemorate the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, COVID-19 presents...

Commission Of Inquiry On Faraba Visits Village, Inspects Vandalized Properties

The Presidential Commission of Inquiry probing into the Faraba incident has on Monday, July 30 visited sites at the village and interviewed some residents. It could be recalled...

GRA and The Daily Observer: Is There No Better Way?

  By the provisions of the Income and VAT Act 2012, GRA is probably the most powerful law enforcement agency and that is why it could close down...

Government Reassures Right to Freedom of Expression

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PR/ref/MOICI/001/18 February 1, 2018 The Government of The Gambia acknowledges that Dr. Ismaila Ceesay, a political science lecturer at the University of The Gambia was invited by the police...

Some World Biggest and Successful Economies Are Led by Women

This is for those of us who still think that women can only manage kitchen sinks and not good at Governance. Some of the world biggest and...

Time to Talk to Our Security Forces

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  By Lamin Gano Since I wrote my first blog post on 26 Feb 2016, a lot of people have questioned my intent and reason for blogging on Gambian...

NAI LERRE – Darkness Looms at NAWEC

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By Sana Sarr Over the last week, the Gambian News Cycle has been dominated by recordings of former government officials with unflattering activity involving top officials at and...

A Challenge to Gambians in the Diaspora

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A number of criticisms and labels are made against Gambians in the diaspora (GD henceforth) especially those in Europe and North America. One of those criticisms is...

“Where Were You?”- The President versus Education

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By Sana Sarr “I have this little policy about honesty and ass-kicking, which is, if you ask for it, then I have to let you have it.”  –...

What’s happening to our new found democracy?

By: Dawda Nenegalleh Jallow When Jammeh arrested Lawyer Ousainou Darboe and some of his party members, most Gambians blamed Jammeh because it was termed as a political strategy...

Hollywood African Prestigious Awards Nominate Sankanu’s PAIN OF SORROW for Best Film 2018

Prominent Gambian filmmaker, Prince Bubacarr Aminata Sankanu, has recorded another achievement in his goals of making The Gambia an internationally recognized film-making nation. The members of the...