Thursday, July 25, 2024

Good Samaritans Dr. Ammar Al Jafari and Ebrima Jallow Join Forces to Save a...

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By: Seringe ST Touray On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024, The Fatu Network was contacted by Ebrima Jallow, an activist and General Manager at Al-Nuru Pharmacy in The Gambia....

Rape, snakes and hyenas: Darsilameh schoolchildren’s risky walk to the future

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By Hadram Hydara Nestled in the heart of Foni Kansala in West Coast Region five kilometres off the Trans-Gambia Highway lies a small historic village, Darsilameh Sheriff Kunda,...

Low Intellectual Property awareness in The Gambia’s booming business sector

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By: Hadram Hydara Since The Gambia passed the Intellectual Property Act nearly a decade ago, there has been a remarkable increase in the registration of new businesses in...

Tragic Boat Incident: The Ghetto Pen Sends Tributes to Victims’ Families

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By: Dawda Baldeh The poem titled "Was Forced to Choose the Back Way" by Ebrima Jallow, also known as The Ghetto Pen, stands as a heartfelt tribute to...

Can a Man commit Adultery in the eyes of the Law?

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Can a Man commit Adultery in the eyes of the Law? When one critically examines the legal ingredients of what constitutes adultery, it appears...

Brain Drain and Its Impact on The Gambia’s Health Sector

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FEATURE By Alieu Jallow and Sheikh Manneh The “brain drain complexity continues to cause human capacity deficits in many developing countries, including The Gambia. This exodus of human capital often...

Cocaine, Ecstasy, and Synthetic Weed Infiltrate Gambia’s Youth Population, Raising Public Health Concerns

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By: Seringe ST Touray A growing number of arrests and seizures of illegal drugs continue to sound alarm bells about the rise of illegal drug importation and a...

Prof. Nyarkotey & Mao Cessay: Emojis could land you into Court Room as evidence

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Types of emojis In the coming years, emojis may play a significant role in cases of serious crimes like human trafficking, child grooming, sexual abuse, murder, and more. ...

Registration of Deeds

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By: Juliana Twumwaa Obeng The writer Going through my emails, I spotted an email from a reader weeks ago who was seeking answers to registration of deeds. He patiently...

‘Her Virginity’: The hymen is not a reliable indicator of virginity

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         By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu & Fatou Camara             ‘Her Virginity’: The hymen is not a reliable indicator of...

Medical Negligence: Medical Records as Patient’s Weapon?

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu & Daniel Sackey  Medical Negligence: Medical Records as Patient’s Weapon? In a recent news by kasapafmonline.com, the Accra High Court orders the Chief...

“Dona” or “Ketaa”: Intestate Estates Distribution

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By: Juliana Twumwaa Obeng The writer “Dona” or “Ketaa”: Intestate Estates Distribution When I was interning at the office of the curator of intestate estates, I was struck by the...

GFD calls for more inclusion of persons with disabilities in electoral systems

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The Gambia Federation of the Disabled is the umbrella body of all registered Organizations of Persons with Disabilities in The Gambia which advocates the principles of Equalization...

Prof. Nyarkotey: Women’s fertility declines after 35; science says 26 is the magic age...

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Women's fertility declines after 35; science says 26 is the magic age for marriage. I read one article that states that the perfect age...

Prof. Nyarkotey & Sackey: Can the Police Arrest without a Warrant?

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu & Daniel Sackey There are instances where the public agitates about arrest without a warrant. The question for discussion in this article is...

A Business and A Company: Are they the same?

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By: Juliana Twumwaa Obeng The Writer A Business and A Company: Are they the same? The terms "business" and "company" are often used interchangeably. However, they do have different...

Letter to the Editor: A national call for legislation on traditional medicine in the...

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                           Letter to the Editor A National Call for Legislation on Traditional Medicine in the Gambia             ...

BAR student at Gambia Law School Pushes for Traditional Medicine Legislation

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                               By News desk BAR student at Gambia Law School Pushes for Traditional Medicine Legislation           Professor Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Despite the tedious nature of the Bar Professional Course at...

GAP Releases Proposed Copyright Foreign Relations Policy With USA

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The opposition Gambia Action Party (GAP) led by Musa Ousainou Yali Bachilly has released their party proposed copyright foreign relations policy with the government of the United...

Gambia Constitutional Building Process – a second bite at the cherry

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By: Salieu Taal and Siddharth Sijoria   Adama Barrow as flag bearer of a coalition of political parties defeated President Yahya Jammeh in the December 1st Elections of 2016...