Gambia food safety agency calls on food sellers to retain proper personal hygiene and...

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By Lamin Njie Food Safety and Quality Authority on Wednesday called on all dealers in food to observe proper personal hygiene in response to the deadly coronavirus. It comes...

Will Pres. Barrow Salvage Himself or Not? That’s the Question before the President

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By: Madi Jobarteh It is not only dangerous for a President but also for a country to have widespread public disillusionment with his government! So far the level...

Mayhem and Pandemonium in Mile 2 Prisons!!!

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According reports reaching The Fatu Network, there is an ongoing pandemonium in Mile 2 and many prisoners are being tortured as we speak.  The situation is so...

STATEMENT BY WHITE HOUSE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL SPOKESPERSON BERNADETTE MEEHAN ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN...

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For Immediate Release, Office of The Press Secretary. Statement by NSC Spokesperson Bernadette Meehan on Human Rights in The Gambia The United States is deeply concerned by continued reports...

Suspected of “Weapons or Drug Smuggling,” Two Men Arrested By the NIA

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Two employees of Royal Access Clearing Agency, Muhammed Ceesay and Samba Bah were arrested this Wednesday, February 24 by the feared National Intelligence Agency (NIA) on suspicion...

APRC Frowns at Janneh Commission over Kanilai Visit

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Opposition APRC has expressed dismay at the Janneh Commission over its recent fact-finding visit to Kanilai. The Janneh Commission recently visited Kanilai where it toured former President Yahya...

Coronavirus: KM Mayor Talib Ahmed Bensouda asks residents of his municipality to take precautionary...

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By Adama Makasuba Mayor of Kanifing Municipality Talib Ahmed Bensouda has called on residents of his municipality to take precautionary measures. Mr Bensouda made the call after Senegal confirmed...

Senegal Rebuffs President Jammeh’s Offer to End the Border Closure Impasse Citing the Gambian...

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The border between The Gambia and Senegal has been the scene of numerous frictions between these two West African neighbors. The dispute over tariffs is seemingly the...

Students to take their lessons through radio and TV as education ministry patches new...

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By Adama Makasuba The Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education announced on Friday students across the country will now take their lessons through the radio and TV following...

Gambian Opposition Unity

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February 19-2016 Interview With Dr. Amadou Scattred Janneh And Jeffrey Smith On Opposition Unity

21 YEARS LATER … AFRICA’S MOST BRUTAL DICTATORSHIP STILL LINGERS!

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With reference to the commotion and political insurrection confronting Gambian society in recent years, I wish to undertake this research on the situation therein with the aim...

Germany deports 20 Senegalese

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Germany has deported over a dozen Senegalese asylum seekers back to Senegal. Twenty Senegalese arrived in Dakar on Tuesday, as the world’s second most popular migration destination began...

Peaceful protesters still held incommunicado as opposition parties deliberate on appropriate response

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The Fatu Network is getting credible news about the fate of the pro-democracy activists who were arrested on Thursday afternoon demanding for electoral reforms in The Gambia. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js ...

Yahya Jammeh imagines himself as wise as a tree full of owls but he...

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  There’s a lot mixed-up troubling issues about in Gambia to worry about. Pick your own poison: The IEC pre-election injustice, the rise of Gambia from smiling coast...

Police chief Mamour Jobe says there is no law that says APRC should not...

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There is no legal instrument that says APRC should not exist or should be treated otherwise, the Inspector General of Police Mamour Jobe has said. APRC supporters last...

Have too many Africans and Gambians in particular invested too much in their deen,...

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Last week I opened the Daily Observer (The Gambia’s main newspaper), the headline by the Min. of Transport, Works, Infrastructure and National Assembly Matters, read; “Western Powers...

Secularism: It’s up to you to build or break Gambia, don tells constitution chiefs

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Professor Pierre Gomez has said that secularism is not atheism as he called on CRC officials to look into ways of inserting the word 'secular' in the...

The burrowing owl of National Coffers suddenly recovering from decades-long hibernation on Gambian issues,...

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  One of the strangest initiatives, from one of the burrowing owl of Gambia’s national coffers, who suddenly recovered from her decades-long hibernation on list of daunting challenges...

Barrow gov’t breaks record by issuing 578 diplomatic passports in first year in office...

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By Lamin Njie The Barrow administration issued 578 diplomatic passports in its first year in office, twice the number of diplomatic passports it scrapped in 2017. The Gambia government...