Rise of The Gambian Atheist

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Until recently, it could be said that there’s no Gambian atheist. If there was, he certainly held his unsavoury beliefs close to his chest. There’s the mushrooming...

Golden League Vs The People of Gunjur Intensifies. Gambia’s Sovereignty Questioned

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As anger mounts in Gunjur, concerning the alleged environmental abuse by the Chinese Company Golden League, the youths of the town have vowed to intensify their pressure...

On the Lambai Chronicles: Letter to my friend (Part 1)

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Sheriff, my brother and good friend, It has been a while since I last penned you an epistle on the happenings in our little town; but as I...

PROFILE: Alhaji Soriba Jabbi First President, Supreme Islamic Council The Gambia

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By Ba S Jabbi Alhagi Soriba Jabbi was born in 1942 to Soriba Jabbi and Oumie Jabbi in Jarra Sutukung village, Jarra East District. He was a Muslim...

Full text of UDP’s statement on Barrow’s rule

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In 2016 the United Democratic Party good faith entered intonegotiations with other parties to form Coalition 2016 toamongst other things select a candidate to contest on the...

Adieu, Sise

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Sise Sawaneh. So soon. A neighbour. A friend. A colleague. Oh dear! Why you? Why now? Those killers. This world. This God. That car. That road. That...

Sir Dawda’s widow Chilel Jawara and family thank Gambians

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I wish to convey my sincere thanks and appreciation to all Gambians for sharing the pain and sorrow that I and my family are going through this...

Bloomberg’s world’s wealthiest families 2019

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The Walton family Company: Walmart Fortune: $190.5bn The family own a 50 per cent stake in what is now the world's largest retailer. Founded by Sam...

TRIBUTE: The Man, Ebrima Solo Sandeng

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By Lamin Njie, Editor in chief of The Fatu Network I will not disagree with anyone who says Solo Sandeng was a patriot. The first time (it was...

Missing in Action: Jongkunda Daffeh, Gambian Philosopher, Journalist and Activist

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By Hassoum Ceesay Jongkunda Daffeh was born in 1947. In 1967, he finished at the top of his A Levels Class in Pure Maths! ‘But I had prize...

Cheating Partners are Three Times more Likely to Stray Again – Research

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AN unfaithful lover whose relationship breaks up is three times more likely to cheat on their next girl or boyfriend, research shows. The old phrase ‘Once a cheat,...

The Fatu Network’s top 5 events of the year

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2019 is a truly memorable year. The year was littered with a lot events and some of these events have already left lasting marks on the future...

Facts about Sharia Law around the World

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Brunei on Wednesday introduced harsh new sharia laws — including death by stoning for adultery and gay sex — despite a storm of global criticism from rights...

HELLO MR PRESIDENT… The Police Anti-Corruption Drive…

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Recently, billboards aimed at combatting corruption have been seen in various places in the country. This is said to be a culmination of efforts between the Community...

Profile of New United States Ambassador to Gambia Richard Carlton Paschall III

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Richard “Carl” Paschall, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Minister Counselor, is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of...

She started the first dance academy in The Gambia. Here’s why

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Ndey Fatou was drawn from an early age to the world of dance. Her mother, a dancer with a ‘70s music band in The Gambia, encouraged her,...

Oumy Sall Ndiaye, the Legendary Woman behind JIFAD

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After a long and rich professional experience in France, Europe and Africa where she dedicated a great part of her time coordinating the strategy and communication of...

Comfort Quality Services thanks gov’t over car number plates project

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LETTER OF APPRECIATION Reference to the above, Comfort Quality Services would like to wholeheartedly thank the Government of the Gambia for awarding the Aluminium number plates and Barcode...

Women leaders exemplify equality in The Gambia

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By Kathryn Edwards On any given Tuesday, in the small West African nation of The Gambia, something unusual in the history of U.S. diplomacy happens; when the U.S....

I am the Captain of my Soul, Master of my Fate

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By Baboucarr Camara SEOUL – It’s 3:45 a.m. here; most people are in bed. It’s nine hours behind in The Gambia, precisely 6:45 p.m. Instead of getting enough...