Thursday, May 30, 2024

GFF & Sports Ministry’s “New Relationship”: A Step in the Right Direction

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OPINION By ML Drammeh In recent years, the Gambia National Team has faced significant challenges, notably the strained relationship between two key institutions: The Gambia Football Federation and the...

CGTN documentary Taiwan Untangled: Unveiling the complexities and future path

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CGTN, collaborates with George Galloway, member of Parliament of the UK and leader of the Workers Party of Britain presents “Taiwan Untangled,” a 21-minute co-produced documentary. This...

Africa Day – The Need to Ignite Africa Integration Agenda?

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By Sheriff Conteh On this very important day called “Africa Day”, formally, Africa Liberation Day, I wish to deliberate on the need for regional integration as an instrument...

Faith and Service to Humanity, Two Sides of the same Coin, 46th Jalsa Salana...

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Alieu Fatty is a student at the Ahmadiyya International University of Theology and Scholastic Science Ghana. Serving humanity is an act which transcends beyond all barriers of language,...

Guest Author: Debunking Claims of Corruption & Monopolistic Practices in the Gambian Cement Industry

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By: Ahmad Jobe (aka The Pen Messiah) The dispatch accusing Jah Oil Company and the Gambian government of engaging in massive corruption, kickbacks, bribery, and monopolistic practices in...

Response to the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education’s Memo on Teacher Participation in...

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OPINION By Modou Musa Cham, Faculty of Education (UTG) The recent memo from the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MOBSE) dated May 8, 2024, has sparked significant concern...

Farming in Foni After Ex-President Jammeh

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By Yaya A Bojang (Bojis) Foni, a multi-ethnic settlement in the eastern part of the West Coast region, was once home to a Gambian president. From 1994 to...

Of Sizes And Summits

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OPINION By Cherno Baba Jallow Geography hasn’t been kind to The Gambia. Consider its size: The country is only 4, 363 square miles. Consider also its location. The country...

Harnessing Gambia’s Potential: A Call to Business Owners to Drive Economic Revival

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OPINION By Bakary J. Janneh Business owners have a responsibility to salvage the country's food insecurity. The Gambia yet, despite its fertile lands and rich agricultural heritage, the country grapples...

Book Review: The Law and Naturopathic Medicine Practice in Ghana – Prof. Nyarkotey has...

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By Anthony Goodnuff Appiah Larbi, PhD Candidate As a legal researcher and ardent reader, when I was initially given this book to read, I set a goal...

After the OIC Summit -What Next?

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OPINION  By D. A. Jawo The much-anticipated summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for the past five years has finally come to a successful conclusion, some people...

My Uncle Naphew Jallow: Veterinarian, Political and News Junkie, Gentleman

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IN MEMORIAM My Uncle Naphew Jallow: Veterinarian, Political and News Junkie, Gentleman By Cherno Baba Jallow In 1981, Senegalese troops entered Gambian soil to enforce the return of Alhaji Sir...

Barrow the Oblivious

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OPINION By Cherno Baba Jallow President Adama Barrow’s willingness to grate on the nerves of the public (emphasis: including his own supporters), has a certain oddity to it. Odd,...

Barrow Press Conference on Hosting the OIC Summit

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OPINION By Musa Bassadi Jawara I wish to take this opportunity and record a goodwill message for the host country, the homeland, The Gambia, and the very best of...

The Monitoring Spirit

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OPINION By M R R Growing up, many of us have encountered that one friend or family member that we assumed had the best interest for us. To a...

Always be mindful of that friend or close relation that has a deep-seated animosity...

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What the Readers Say: By M R R Always be mindful of that friend or close relation that has a deep-seated animosity against you. They are the first to cheer...

‘Vimto Circle’: ‘Girl Power’ Before it Became a Trend

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Long before the advent of the term "Girl Power," a group of young girls practised this in The Gambia and lived by its dictates till death parted...

Abandoning Traditional Taboos for Modern Security: Another ills of a Modern Civilization

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OPINION By Yaya A Bojang (Bojis) Our earlier societies were said to live in a very serene atmosphere where young people were known to be so obedient and well-mannered...

For UDP, The Road Anew

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OPINION By Cherno Baba Jallow At its founding in 1996, the United Democratic Party (UDP) was riding a crest-wave of mass popularity. With the ban on party politics lifted,...

Addressing the Persistent Ferry Crisis at the Banjul-Barra Crossing Points: A Call to Action

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OPINION By Bakary J. Janneh The Banjul-Barra crossing, a vital link connecting the two sides of the Gambia River, has long been plagued by a chronic crisis in ferry...