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Why we file a case against Myanmar for accountability for the Rohingya. Why The Gambia?

The Gambia as a country largely supported by the international community liberated itself from 22 years of dark history characterized by among others, atrocities...

The Gambia: Your money and debunking the myths

By Burama Jammeh Have you ever wondered what The Gambia needs money (or economic resources) for? How The Gambia gets its money and how Jawara,...

Gambia – Is change Illusive?

By Neneh LouFaye Walking through the gates of hell of past memories can be a painful experience. The pain emanates from two sources – from a...

Three years after the July 15th coup attempt In Turkey, the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (feto) is still a global security threat

On the 15th of July we are marking the third anniversary of the hideous coup attempt by the Fethullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO), staged in...

The Yankuba Touray saga

By Foday Samateh Ever known for his histrionics and theatrics as a loquacious minister in Yahya Jammeh's military-turned-civilian dictatorship, Yankuba Touray was in full character...

The vices are in politicians, not politics

By Njundu Drammeh The story is told of an elderly woman and a younger one who were passing by a cemetery. On a tombstone was written...

The Yankuba Touray Question: TRRC Act versus Constitutional text and principle

By Lamin J Darbo Rude and arrogant are the nicer appellations being thrown at Yankuba Touray on his refusal to testify before the Truth, Reconciliation...

The indemnity clause through lenses of customary international law:

By Dr. Binneh S Minteh Former Lieutenant, GNG/GNA The former junta powerhouse Mr. Yankuba Touray used a good game of attempting to hide under an Indemnity...

The misguided GAF Rice Project: The need for a thorough project preparation and analysis part 3

Suruwa B. Wawa Jaiteh Your Excellency President Barrow, the recent signing of an agreement/contract with AGCO (America-based agricultural equipment manufacturer) for The Gambia Armed Forces...

Brikama rally’s political message

By Basidia M Drammeh Though the organizers of the much-vaunted Brikama rally have not disclosed the agenda of the rally, the overriding motive is unmistakable. Championed...

Ending rice importation in three years: GAF overstepping the diving board

Suruwa B. Wawa Jaiteh It is with much dismay that Gambians and non-Gambians, have read the disturbing announcement by the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) that...

Justice Minister Tambadou , repeal the Colonial Official Secret Act!

By Alagi Yorro Jallow The Ghanaian Parliament finally passed the Right to Information Bill into law, striking a momentous goal for democracy, transparency, media freedom...

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Dembo ‘By Force’ Resigns From UDP

The National President of the United Democratic Party, Dembo 'By Force' Bojang, has yesterday parted ways with the party. A terse resignation letter shared with...

Farmers to get D18,000 per ton

The Secco price for a ton of groundnut is D18,000 this season. A press release from the Gambia Food, Processing and Marketing Corporation, the government...

Suu Kyi criticised in court over ‘silence’ on Myanmar rape claims

Aung San Suu Kyi has been told that her silence over allegations of sexual violence and rape carried out against Rohingya people in Myanmar...

CRC urged to omit clause that bars convicts from contesting

By Omar Bah The Constitutional Review Commission has been urged to omit subsection (2) (b) of the draft constitution that bars convicted persons from contesting...

TRRC sends Nogoi, 3 others for overseas treatment

By Mafugi Ceesay The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission and its partners have arranged overseas treatment for four victims of the Jammeh regime. Abdoukarim Jammeh, Yusupha...