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Niamina West Bye-Elections: Lessons and Observations

By D. A. Jawo The outcome of the Niamina West bye-elections, held on Saturday, November 7, in which the National People’s Party (NPP) scored a...

I CONCUR WITH YOU D. A JAWO…ON SOME ASPECTS,

I just want to add a little on top as one of the main reason why NPP won and with such a margin. NPP has...

NDP IS Not Worth Formulating

In my humble opinion, a national development plan ( blue print) of a country is not worth formulating, if only it remains in black...

Ousainou Darboe’s “Conviction”

It is rather unfortunate that some of our positions are stuck in myopic and unthinking hubris masked in sanctimonious fidelity to the law. “The...

A BOOK OF FICTION COULD SOMEHOW DEPICT THE REAL LIFE SITUATION

Never for once, have I thought that the title of a book of fiction could somehow depict the real life situation of a country...

STORY OF THE WEEK THE ADVENTURES OF ALKATAN – 6

BY BABA GALLEH JALLOW Alkatan could never understand why humans were so cruel to each other, why people like Kiyanka, thinking they have lasting power,...

STORY OF THE WEEK The adventures of Alkatan – 4

By Baba Galleh Jallow Alkatan sat on his sheepskin and stroke his beard, and calmly watched the man half running, half walking towards his hut....

NO COUNTRY WANT FOREIGN BOOTS ON HER SOIL

When the country emerged from the troubles of post 2016 Elections, of course there were a lot of Security vulnerabilities, security risks and perceived...

LETTERS TO GAMBIA – 1 A hostile guard and x-ray machine

By Baba Galleh Jallow Dear Mother Gambia, May peace be upon you and your people and may you always be known as the smiling coast of...

Why stiffening private criminal prosecution?

The draft amendment Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) seeks, among others, to stiffen private criminal prosecution. The private prosecutor will be left with little or...

Why stiffening private criminal prosecution?

The draft amendment Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) seeks, among others, to stiffen private criminal prosecution. The private prosecutor will be left with little or...
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Reasoning an APRC/NPP Alliance

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“Lack of gov’t coordinated efforts increases poverty”

By Dawda Baldeh A one-time Secretary at the Janneh Commission and now independent presidential candidate Alhagie Mamadi Kurang, leader of Gambia Youth for Change party...

Egypt’s apex business body holds “Senegalese Business Day”

The Cairo-based Egyptian African Businessmen Association (EABA) Tuesday held "Senegalese Business Day" bringing together virtually leading business personalities in Egypt and Senegal to discuss...

625 Senegalese Forces in Gambia for What???

The Gambia is not an island and therefore must have something to do with other countries; but that relationship should not compromise its sovereignty....