OPEN LETTER TO HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE GAMBIA, YAHYA A...

Mr President, First and foremost, I would like to congratulate you for taking the initiative of  banning and denouncing this horrible practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and...

YOU CAN’T FOOL THE YOUTHS THIS TIME – VICTORY TO THE KARTONG RESISTANCE!

“You teach the youth that the pirate Jammeh is a great man”. The youths are awakening from the “dream life” of accountability, transparency and probity and find...

Premature Celebration for Gambia’s FGM Ban

The Gambia was thrust into the spotlight this week after the country’s longtime president, Yahya Jammeh, announced a ban on female genital mutilation (FGM). This pronouncement surprised...

A Letter To The Gambian Creatives

Dear Gambian creatives, Excuse my drafting this letter two years too late.Please stop breaking my heart. I am still healing from the blow of a few young creatives...

NO “NEW PAGE” TO OPEN; JAMMEH MUST GO!

You had 21 pages in 21 years to write onto and leave an admirable legacy in the history of the Gambia but you chose to write on...

OPEN LETTER TO GAMBIANS IN THE DIASPORA CAN THE GAMBIAN DIASPORA EFFECT POLITICAL CHANGE...

Dear Gambians in the Diaspora, First of all I would like to crave your indulgence to hide my true identity and to simply identify myself as Princess Buga...

A MESSAGE TO THE GAMBIAN SOLDIER; “SECRET SERVICE” AND POLICE.

I hope this message finds you in the highest spirit of readiness to be on the side of the Gambian masses as the tyrannical Jammeh regime is...

NIGERIAN AND GHANAIAN HOME VIDEO PROSTITUTES AND HUSTLERS MUST STOP SCAVENGING ON OUR MEAGRE...

First of all, various Nigerian and Ghanaian media outlets reported that the President of my country HE Alhagie Yahya AJJ Jammeh has recently allocated portions of our...

100 Days Behind Bars (and counting) for Gambian Journalist

Tomorrow, October 10, will mark 100 days in prison for journalist Alhagie Abdoulie Ceesay. His crime: committing acts of journalism in Gambia (or what local authorities would refer...

In the Spotlight: Jammeh Would Like to Thank The Academy

Over the course of the past year, the West African nation of The Gambia has attracted an outsized volume of media attention, including a recent front-page story...

The Military Establishment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Are Citizens Guarding Their Guardians?

In the past decade alone military establishments or units of military establishments in West Africa have either destabilize or threatened the state in many aspects. These units...

Poverty and Misrule in Sub- Saharan Africa

It is often said that Africa is the richest continent on planet earth, yet harbors the world’s poorest people. Poverty is a menace in Africa. It is...

Senegal’s TV Commentator Becaye Mbaye and the Hypocrisy of Adventurist Materialism

Ever since July 22nd 1994, haa, that dastardly accidental embarrassing event in our country’s history, when a section of the Gambia’s armed forces stroke a crushing torpedo...

AFRICAN UNION AND THE ECOWAS, HAND IN GLOVE WITH THE NEOCOLONIAL “RULING CLASS”.

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) held its 47thordinary session in Accra, Ghana on May 19, 2015 as the region is roiling in crises such...

THE GAMBIA STATE CENTRAL PRISON: MILE 2

The notorious dungeon cum prison of Mile 2 Central Prison in The Gambia is situated six minutes’ drive from the capital, Banjul.  The national institution is the...

The Green Youth are the neighborhood terrorists and thugs living among you…be forewarned…

Mama Linguere Sarr of FatuRadio Network had an impromptu and revealing interview with a former member of the so-called Youth of Dictator Yaya Jammeh, on Monday August...

JAMMEH DIDN’T CREATE DUGA; JAMMEH CANNOT DESTROY DUGA!

Based on a picture taken of me and Omar Faye, the ambassador of the Republic of the Gambia at the commemoration of Father Anthony Gabisi’s 30 years...

The Gambia: Three years on, nine Mile Two Prison executions; but were 26 prisoners...

On the third anniversary of the heinous Mile Two Prison executions, Gambians solemnly remember one of the most the tragic days in the Gambia’s history. The oldest...

Inside the Last Weekend Jammeh’s FAO Award Celebration in Kanilai: The Case of a...

Kanilai over the weekend was host to hundreds of people from different sectors of Gambian societies including civil servants of different categories and from all the three...

The Slow Death of Banjul…thanks to a vengeful and shortsighted Dictator – Yaya Jammeh.

Nyang Njie, in his article, Eulogy to Banjul, (nyangnjie.blogspot.com) beautifully captures the slow and painful demise of Banjul as this once political, economic and cultural capital of...