Monday, June 17, 2024

United States of America in a state of dystopia!

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OPINION By: Musa Bassadi Jawara United States' government shut down on Sunday, after Saturday, September 30, the deadline for funding expiration. The Republicans who are in the majority of the...

Tribute to the late Nogoi Njie

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By: Musa Bassadi Jawara From the onset, let me mention that the late Nogoi Njie and I were not acquainted, and I never remember meeting her, even though...

Empowering the Youth: Unleashing the Potential of the Next Generation

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By: Alieu Badara Lowe Youth empowerment is a universal concept with transformative potential that transcends geographical boundaries. Whether in developed or developing countries, empowering youth is profound and...

Can emojis represent a breach of Promise to Marry, sexual harassment in court?

By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu & Daniel Sackey                                           ...

Senegambia bridge recycling: benefit, drawback & misconception

By: Foday Joof, PhD student, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus Introduction: The Gambia government embraced the Asset Recycling (AR) scheme of Africa50, an infrastructural investment platform established by 33 African...

Women In Technology

By: Awa Conteh I always say that technology is the present and future. It is not just something that has peeped into every aspect of our lives. It...

A Call for Transparency and Accountability: The Gambia’s National Assembly’s Conundrum of Luxurious Vehicle...

ANALYSIS & COMMENTS By: Barrister, Famara Singhateh , Head of West Africa Desk, A-LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM, Antwerp, Belgium Introduction: The recent trend of utilizing public funds to acquire high-end...

Open letter to Lower Saloum National Assembly member

From Abdoulie Jallow, Lower Saloum constituency. Dear Honourable Sainey Jawara, it is with a great sense of humility I write this open letter to you regarding the Prado cars meant...

Excavating the history of Eid al-Adha, the spirit overweighs the feast: Purifying the inner...

By: Alieu Fatty Alieu Fatty is a student at the International Ahmadiyya University of Theology and Scholastic Sciences in Ghana Eid-u-Adha is an Islamic festival celebrated yearly by Muslims...

Public Safety: A case for the National Assembly to regulate content moderation of social...

By: Sarjo Barrow To create a safe environment, the government must act to protect society at large and not delegate such responsibilities to profit-making companies with the hope...

Opinion: Learning lessons from the results of the Gambian elections

Over the past six months, The Gambia has undergone multiple cycles of voting, with each round bringing new developments and outcomes. The first cycle saw the incumbent...

GAMBIA IS A VICTIM OF THE INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL COMMERCE: BUT WHO CARES?

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The Gambia is a member of the 194 member states of the WHO as referenced in the International Health Regulations (IHR, 2005). Article 21(c) and (d)...

Gambia’s Football Politics – Kaba Versus Kamaso: State Of Play

 By Famara Fofana Stakeholders in Gambian football will on Saturday August 27 2022 decide who becomes the President of Gambia Football Federation – for the next four...

As He Attends Extraordinary African Union Summit in Equatorial Guinea; Will President Barrow Make...

By Ousman G Darboe President  Adama Barrow left for the 16th extraordinary summit of the African Union (AU) which will take place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. According to...

UDP VS JOURNALISM

Part 1 By Bubacarr Komma Journalism is under siege. It is crawling in a very slippery road heading to an unbelievable danger, yet many choose to be spectators...

The Gambia’s President Faces a Tricky Second Term

ANALYSIS By Chido Mutangadura After failing to win legislative elections by a wide margin, Barrow will struggle to control the constitutional reform process. Despite Adama Barrow's comfortable win...

We Need A Cabinet With Integrity!

By: Madi Jobarteh In the swearing ceremony of the new Cabinet members, both the President and Vice President made very good speeches. They condemned corruption and malfeasance and...

“We Now Have Two Insurrectionists As Speaker And Deputy” – Sidi Sanneh Takes A...

By: Sidi Sanneh Speaker Fabakary T. Jatta is quoted as saying the reason African presidents are disinclined to relinquish power is because they are afraid of the payback...

“Although The Country Faces Economic Challenges: The Issues Confronting Gambians Are Purely Social In...

Gambian Economist, Nyang Njie has noted that although the country may face economic challenges like most other countries, the issues confronting the small West African country are...

Fabakary Tombong Jatta: The Undisputed King-Maker

By: Professor Abdoulaye Saine Though I do not care much for his politics, like him or loath him, I take my hat off for Fabakary Tombong Jatta. As...