Lamin Babadinding Jobarteh – Personification of Gambia’s moral decay

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By Sana Sarr Since the Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) began its sittings, I have watched many witnesses appear. Various witnesses have left me with a number...

JOTNA and a Nolle that Scandalised Legality and Abused the Due Process of Law

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The idea, vigorously contested, emerged as sections of the political community were becoming increasingly energised by what they considered to be incompetence and betrayal by the Government...

MACKY SALL – OP-ED: Go early, go hard and keep it simple: how Senegal...

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By Macky Sall, President of Senegal I often remind all the people who work to help me fulfil my duties as president of Senegal that no fatalism can...

Gambians must sue President Adama Barrow to stop the French annexation

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It is my standpoint that concerned Gambians should explore the possibility of suing the Gambia Government and President Adama Barrow to stop France’s gradual annexation of the...

Full text of President Barrow’s speech at NPP launch ceremony

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I am thankful that we are here today, for the grand launching of our party, the National People’s Party – NPP. It has been a year since...

GIBRIL SAINE – OPINION: Gambia, All The President’s Men

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Somehow, there are certain people in the world, who walk the earth’s surfaces as if entitled to all the goodness there is. In The Gambia, meanwhile, boasting...

NPP Launch And Possible Repercussions On The COVID 19 Pandemic

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By D. A. Jawo Sometimes it looks as if President Adama Barrow either does not listen to his advisers or they are too incompetent to give him the...

Former Gambian VP Vies For Top AU Commission Position

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By Demba Ali Jawo Former Gambian Vice President, Mrs. Fatoumata Jallow Tambajang, is vying for Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), and in an exclusive interview...

Why The ECOMIG Mission Should Leave Now

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By Madi Jobarteh The presence of ECOMIG mission in the Gambia until today highlights everything that is wrong in this country since 2017 for which each and every...

Ecomig transitioning to a police force is a stupid idea

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What made sense in 2017 is beginning to be abused, and put the Gambia's sovereignty and pride into question. The idea of the ECOMIG forces transitioning to...

LAMIN NJIE – OPINION: President Barrow repeatedly turning to ECOWAS for help points to...

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Ecowas troops who entered the country four years ago had one clear task: to sack Jammeh and help the nation stabilise. The stabilisation part entailed reforming the...

ECOWAS decision on The Gambia!

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Yesterday, Saturday January 23 the heads of state of ECOWAS held their 58th ordinary session via videoconference and chaired by the President of Ghana. In the communique issued...

FJT: Why AU nations must elect the woman as deputy vice chair of their...

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By Musa Touray AU member states will converge on February 6 to elect a new deputy chairperson for the AU commission headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The plebiscite will...

Who should and who shouldn’t be interviewed by journalists? The high-voltage acid tone of...

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By Famara Fofana There is no gainsaying that the Gambian media has seen it all in in the recent past. Not only were disappearances of journalists, closure and...

The Gambia and Switzerland Agreement on Migration: Differences and Similarities

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs Mamadou Tangara must inform Gambians in full about the contents of the agreement that was signed on 12 January 2021 between the...

The Obituary of a Rancid Presidency: A Great American Tragedy

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Four years ago, an American demagogue, who openly embraced division and racial discord, assumed the power of the presidency of the United States. He came railing against the...

President Barrow’s four years in power

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By Basidia M Drammeh Today marks President Barrow’s four years in power after being sworn in Dakar amid an unprecedented political impasse due to former President Yahya Jammeh’s...

(T)homas (G)regory (G)eorge Senghore, J.P. (1936-2021): Gambian Civil Servant, Governor of Central Bank of...

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By Hassoum Ceesay, historian I have lost a good uncle and friend of mine last weekend, when Mr. T.G.G Senghore, a pioneer Gambian Civil Servant, third Governor of...

Detained at a Four Star Covid-19 Hotel

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By Lamin J Darbo, lawyer A global pandemic, a national concern, and a concession the Government has a legitimate responsibility to manage international travel with a view to...

DEMBA ALI JAWO – COMMENTARY: Few Months Before Elections, Still No Electoral Reforms

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When Gambians came out in large numbers and against all the odds on 1st December 2016 to vote out the dictatorial regime of President Yahya Jammeh, the...