Monday, June 17, 2024

Amnesty for 37 Inmates: Banjul North NAM Urges Parliament to Investigate Presidential Amnesty Process

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By: Dawda Baldeh On January 19th, 2024, Gambians received what many described as shocking news: the granting of amnesty to 37 convicted inmates for serious crimes such as...

West African Military-Led Nations Exit ECOWAS, Citing Alleged Threats and Betrayal

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By: Sainabou Gassama Three West African nations led by military forces have declared their immediate withdrawal from the regional bloc of ECOWAS, accusing the organization of posing a...

Analyzing Claims & Accusations: The Ruling NPP and the Kuntaur Area Council Debacle

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By: Bakary J Janneh In recent times, the Kuntaur Area Council (KAC) has found itself at the center of controversy, with allegations and blame directed towards the ruling...

Urgent Call for Action: Inhumane Treatment of African Migrants in Tunisia Must Cease

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By: Bakary J. Janneh In recent weeks, the actions of the Tunisian Police Force towards African migrants within the country have raised serious concerns and prompted an outcry...

Former GDC NAM Warns Against IGP Interference in Politics Undermining Police Integrity

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By: Dawda Baldeh Omar Ceesay, a former lawmaker of the opposition Gambia Democratic Congress (GDC) from Niamina East, has raised concerns about the alleged interference of the Inspector...

UDP Leader Darboe Says President ‘Barrow is a dictator’

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By Hadram Hydara Ousainu Darboe, leader of the opposition United Democratic Party, has accused President Adama Barrow of being a “dictator” and said he fears he may end...

Swiss Trial of Ousman Sonko Marks Milestone in Pursuit of Justice for Jammeh-Era Crimes...

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(Geneva) – The opening of a Swiss trial on January 8, 2024, for serious crimes committed in The Gambia represents a significant advance for justice for the...

Janjanbureh NAM Expresses Concerns Over Logistics Ahead of Bicentenary Commemoration

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By: Alieu Jallow The National Assembly Member for Janjanbureh, Omar Jammeh, expressed serious concerns about logistics in an exclusive interview with the Fatu Network. He attributes these challenges...

Darboe says 2024 will be the worst year for The Gambia

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By Jawo The leader of the opposition United Democratic Party, Ousanu Darboe, has claimed that 2024 will be worse than 2023 for The Gambia.  Darboe who is currently speaking...

Landmark Trial Against Former Gambian Minister of Interior for Crimes Against Humanity to Start...

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(Geneva, 4 January 2024) The trial of Ousman Sonko, former Gambian Minister of Interior, will open before the Swiss Federal Criminal Court on 8 January 2024 and...

Sierra Leone: Key Highlights of Former President Ernest Koroma’s Treason Case

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By: Amara Thoronka On Wednesday, January 3, 2024, at a magistrate court in the capital Freetown, before Magistrate Santigie Bangura, Sierra Leone’s former president, Ernest Bai Koroma, was...

Kenebaring Jarju Kunda Accuses Physical Planning of Grabbing Their Lands Without Compensation

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By: Alieu Jallow The Jarju Kunda family of Sukuta has made serious accusations against the physical planning department under the Ministry of Local Government and Lands, claiming that...

BAC Saga: Council’s Lack of Access to Accounts Halted Effective Operations for Two Weeks,...

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By: Muhammed Lamin Drammeh The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Brikama Area Council, Lamin Singhateh, has stated that the council has not been able to provide any...

Over 147 People Have Been Internally Displaced from the Cassamance Region

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By: Alieu Jallow In the aftermath of intense gunfire in southern Cassamance by Senegalese forces, more than 147 individuals have been forcibly displaced and are currently seeking refuge...

GDC Administration Accuses Former Campaign Manager of Double Standards

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By: Dawda Baldeh Ebrima Nyang, Administrative Secretary 1 of the opposition Gambia Democratic Congress (GDC), has accused the former National Campaign Manager, Momodou Cham (also known as Mc...

BAC Saga & Garbage in the Market: JS Sanneh Calls On Council to Consider...

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By: Muhammed Lamin Drammeh Amid the administrative standoff between the Councilors and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the former aspirant for the Brikama Area Council chairmanship election, Ibrahim...

The Split

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OPINION By: Momodou M. Cham, Berending Village (Lower Niumi ) In the intricate dance of politics, trust can be a fragile thread easily severed. The split captures the poignant...

“No Political Party is Perfect” – Basiru Jaye

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By: Alieu Jallow "No political party is perfect," says Basiru Jaye, the Youth Connekt focal person and the program officer for ICT and innovation at the National Youth...

“What Matters Most to Me is Not Just the Law, But the Implementation of...

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By: Alieu Jallow Hon. Essa Conteh, the National Assembly member for Jimara, emphasizes that what matters to him is the implementation of the rent bill. He points out...

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...