Sunday, July 21, 2024

OPINION: The Govt/BAC tussle – No one stands to benefit

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By D. A. Jawo The ongoing war of nerves between the Brikama Area Council (BAC) and the central government is certainly happening to the detriment of the people...

OPINION: In the Middle East Hostilities are Imminent

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OPINION By: Musa Bassadi Jawara The IDF continues relentless aerial bombardment of Gaza as Hamas’ brutal assault in Israel laid bare. The scale and scope of Hamas’ surprise attack...

Ambition Denied: It Was An Electoral Avalanche of Monumental Proportions

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[email protected] The Gambian president Adama Barrow, who won re-election made it seem so easy against his opponents, including his fiercest and former ‘’political god-father’’ Ousainou Darboe of the...

Gambians Have Something To Learn From Rwanda 

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OPINION By Alasana Justice Jallow  CEO, Peace Network I recently returned from Rwanda where I spent some weeks training on peacebuilding organized by the Never Again Institute of Rwanda. I...

‘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...

OPINION: The Peace Award for H.E President Barrow and the Dialogue with Opponents

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By: Suntou Touray, Deputy Head of Mission at The Gambia High Commission London His Excellency President Adama Barrow deserves our appreciation for his efforts in promoting peace in...

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...

The Political Tsunami: Commando Defected

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In their book "How States Think," John Mearsheimer, (the American political scientist, University of Chicago), and Rosato explore how political activists and officials utilize logical techniques to...

Eid-Al-Adha: Special Opinion

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Wishing everyone a Happy Eid Mubarak! Islam as well as other faiths are instruments of individual and societal transformations. The hardest of societies and people have been affected...

Get the facts straight: Debunking the false rumours surrounding Achraf Hakimi’s divorce

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Hold onto your hats, folks, because we've got a wild rumour circulating the internet about Moroccan footballer Achraf Hakimi and his soon-to-be ex-wife. This rumour is hotter...

LAMIN NJIE: President Barrow can go ahead and do five years but there...

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President Barrow should by rights step aside in December. He has in the past 24 months proven to be not good enough for what is definitely one...

LAMIN NJIE: Darboe’s comments border on bravado, it’s now up to Barrow to do...

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Until this congress, the wonder has been why Ousainou Darboe has not waded into the growing uncertainty within the United Democratic Party. The wonder has been why...

MADI JOBARTEH – OPINION: Police has no authority to stop 3 Years Jotna from...

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The long title of the Public Order Act says the Act is a law that prohibits private individuals from raising a military and to make regulation to...

Open Letter to the National Assembly: Suggestions & Recommendations on the Pending Anti-Corruption Bill

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By Sarjo Barrow, Esq. The most important institution that should nurture and protect our nascent democracy is National Assembly (“NA”). Yet, the institution failed to attract talent or...

Senegal Supreme Court Decision

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OPINION By: Musa Bassadi Jawara I write to urgently plead with President Macky Sall, to enforce the Supreme Court ruling that allowed Mr Ousman Sonko of PASTEF to participate...

Sorry Amie Bojang !!!!

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President Adama Barrow’s alleged bribery to the United Democratic Party National Assembly members if confirmed to be true, he should either apologize to the Gambian people on...

UNPOPULAR OPINION: “Viewing status” is not communication: How Gambians must stop the shameful trend

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As Gambians, are we truly aware of the subliminal effects of our WhatsApp status updates? The purpose of this op-ed is to spark a conversation about the...

Opinion: Child Marriage Law in The Gambia: Protecting the Rights and Future of Young...

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By: Michaella Faith Wright Child marriage remains a critical issue in many parts of the world, including The Gambia. This harmful practice not only violates the rights of...

The Need to Include Digital Literacy in The Gambia’s Secondary School Curriculum

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By: Kodou Jeng Gaye In an era where technology is rapidly evolving, the importance of digital literacy cannot be overstated. As The Gambia, like the rest of Africa,...

The Gambia: Hard Economic Times in Ramadan

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OPINION By Musa Bassadi Jawara The Gambia: Hard Economic Times in Ramadan Commodity prices have skyrocketed and there is no end in sight. I was out and about the past...