YUNUS HYDARA – COMMENTARY: Science Thursday – Demystifying Epilepsy

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By Yunus Hydara The concept of possession, “to be seized by spirits,” is central to the historic association of religion and the epilepsies. Many people believed and many...

Gambia: People are dying, No Light, No Jobs for the people

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By Alex Darboe Gambians are the most interesting human beings in the world.Our young people fill up the stadium for music concerts and religious gatherings and yet can’t...

SAMSUDEEN SARR – COMMENTARY: Jola lives matter

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I only hope the propagated and disturbing rumor in town that the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) has been compelled by our hopeless Security-Sector Reformers to forge a...

Is the Barrow administration really serious about SSR?

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Gambians should start questioning this government's seriousness towards the security sector reform or even ask President Adama Barrow whether he is comfortable with the presence of foreign...

The man who walked to Mecca: The life and times of Sheikh Jarjusey

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The Gambia has had many towering giants in the area of Islamic scholarship and preaching (da’wah); the late Sheikh Omar Jarjusey stands out as one of the...

There is no Justification for ECOMIG’s Continued Presence in the Gambia

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By Madi Jobarteh The legal advisers of Pres. Barrow must guide him to know, first and foremost, that he needs to obtain the approval of the National Assembly...

ADAMA MAKASUBA – COMMENT: Is The Gambia Government Not Aware of The Rise In...

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Where is The Gambia heading to? As food and other basic amenities continue to skyrocket with citizens not seeing any solution being taken by the government to...

MC CHAM JNR – COMMENT: Censorship is the child of fear and father of...

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It is deeply regretted that the Gambia is going back to the days of media censorship, if the Minister of Information asked the QTV Gambia not to...

Esau Williams has NO reason to apologize! It is Minister Sillah who should apologize

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By Madi Jobarteh Minister Ebrima Sillah should apologize immediately to Gambians for his anti-media stance since he took over the position of Minister of Information. The fact that...

Airport fee! I support the government in asking citizens to contribute towards their own...

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So many times we ask what our government is doing for us but hardly do we ask what we do for ourselves and our country. Since news of...

SAMSUDEEN SARR – COMMENTARY: In search of President Adama Barrow’s Ecowas speech

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Ever since my first assertion that President Adama Barrow of the Gambia could be clinically dyslexic, I have been adamant on it and trying to confirm my...

Full text of President Adama Barrow’s statement at Ecowas summit

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Mr. Chairman, Excellencies Heads of State and Government, ECOWAS, AU, UNOWAS, Delegates, Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, I extend sincere appreciation to the Chairman, His Excellency, Mr. Mahammadou Issoufou,...

The Day of Judgment is Here: Are you Ready?

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Anytime I recite the “Salatul Ibrahimiyyah” which is recommended as the best way to send salutations  and prayers  upon the Holy Prophet of the Whole World Muhammad...

ADAMA MAKASUBA – OPINION: Ecowas Leaders Are Playing Chameleon Game In Mali’s Crisis

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Ecowas leaders are playing a chameleon game in Mali's crisis and this is how they will keep failing in addressing problems in the sub-region. Ecowas leaders know...

MADI JOBARTEH – COMMENT: I Deserve a Better Government

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By Madi Jobarteh Honestly, Gambians, like the rest of Africans must begin to ask themselves what is the benefit of citizenship? What is the purpose of Government? Why...

Islamic teachers are citizens, too.

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By Basidia M Drammeh Like everybody else, Arabic and Islamic teachers in the Gambia are going through extremely difficult times as they struggle to make ends meet amid...

The “Sandeng Amendment Act” – A Replay

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Some years back, I wrote on the National Assembly to legislate an act centred on presidential term limit in memory of the late Solo Sandeng. Given an...

BABA GALLEH JALLOW – STORY: The adventures of Alkatan

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By Baba Galleh Jallow Alkatan was a small old man, slight of build, but very healthy and very strong. He was cheerful and had a lively air around...

KEBBA NANKO: Mr Bub S Njie Needs the Most Basic Civic Education on Gambia...

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In response to an article published on the Freedom newspaper and Fatu network, entitled “The Jawara Administration was a Moonwalk: shall we tell Papa Njie?” written by...

SAMSUDEEN SARR – OPINION: My Take in the Mali regime change

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Having been inundated by demands from friends to sound my opinion in the current political situation in Mali, I decided to abort my initial intention of waiting...