Monday, June 17, 2024

Islam Is In Books And Muslims Are In The Grave #2

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When Abubakr (radiallahu anhu) became the Caliph of the Muslims, after the death of The Prophet, (peace be upon him) he set off to the market with...

Gambia coup plotters: model citizens at home in US, but ‘everybody has a breaking...

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Cherno Nije and Papa Faal are successful American citizens who by all accounts were living the American dream. No one knew of their secret plan to seize...

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...

GAMBIANS KEPT AS SLAVES IN LEBANON AS TWO HUMAN TRAFFICKERS FACE CHARGES IN THE...

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GAMBIANS KEPT AS SLAVES IN LEBANON AS TWO HUMAN TRAFFICKERS FACE CHARGES IN THE GAMBIA!!! published March 22, 2015 Following reports on The Point Newspaper of four men dragged...

HELLO MR PRESIDENT… The Fight Against Corruption…

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Any nation that aspires to develop must have a very strong policy against corruption. Corruption is like a cancer that eats up everything good in a country....

SPOTLIGHT: Nancy Ndong: Breaking barriers and building futures

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By: Muhammed Lamin Drammeh At 25, Nancy Ndong defied societal expectations by becoming a highly respected construction worker, despite originally dreaming of becoming a lawyer and despite the...

HELLO MR PRESIDENT… On Roads…

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Observing the congestion on our roads daily, one cannot but wonder how and when we will have adequate roads. A comprehensive road network is vital for the...

Empowering Democracy: A Review of Nurturing Sovereign Citizens by Halifa Sallah

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By: Fatou Janneh, Madison, Wisconsin State In his recent book, Nurturing Sovereign Citizens: Lessons on Sovereign Citizenship for Democratization, Peacebuilding & Development (2023), Halifa Sallah explores the complex...

Foreign Exchange Rate, Tax Blamed for Hike in Food Commodities

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By: Mama A. Touray Food vendors in Serrekunda, in an interview with this medium, blamed the hike in food commodities on the high foreign exchange rate and taxes...

Inspector General of Police Highlights Gains and Challenges in Police Reform Efforts in The...

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Reform, Policy Development, Capacity Building, and Infrastructure Development are Key Focus Areas The Inspector General of Police (IGP) of The Gambia Police Force (GPF), Mr Abdoulie Sanyang, delivered...

The Ministry of Communications & Digital Economy Reflects on 2023 Achievements & Future Aspirations

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By: Adama Sanneh On Friday, January 19th, the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy (MOCDE) held a press briefing at the OIC conference hall to highlight their achievements...

Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers

Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers By Dawda Baldeh May 1st marks International Workers' Day, observed worldwide to honour the accomplishments of workers and to...

Prof. Nyarkotey delivers expert lecture on Traditional and Alternative Medicine Legislation

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By: Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu A renowned Ghanaian Naturopathic Professor, medical and science writer, author, and columnist, Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu, a Bar student at the Gambia Law...