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Ebou Waggeh

film producer, ceo Wax Media

Malick Badjie

Director and head of Investment Solutions at Silk Invest

RIC Law

Founder Disability Africa

Inger-Lise Lien Social anthropologist/researcher

Inger-Lise Lien is a Norwegian anthropologist and researcher who has written extensively on morality and emotion in Pakistan as well as gang violence in Norway. in this edition of Bantaba, The Standard editor Sainey Darboe began by asking her to tell him a little bit about herself:

Abdoulaye Badji

Farmer from Sindian village, Casamance

Ambassador George Staples (CONTINUATION)

US chargé d'affaires to The Gambia

Ambassador George Staples

US chargé d'affaires to The Gambia

Suruwa Jaiteh

Ex-PS, Agric expert

Abdoulie Matarr Touray Chairman, SaHel Investment

Abdoulie Touray was born in Banjul in 1952. He studied in the USA in the late '70s graduating from Morehouse College which has the late Martin Luther King as one of its array of distinguished alumni before proceeding for his MBA at Atlanta University.

Abdoulie Matarr Touray Chairman, SaHel Investment

Abdoulie Touray was born in Banjul in 1952. He studied in the USA in the late '70s graduating from Morehouse College which has the late Martin Luther King as one of its array of distinguished alumni before proceeding for his MBA at Atlanta University.

Saidou Nourou Ba Senegalese diplomat (CONTINUATION)

Saidou Nouru Ba is a creer diplomat who served as the last executive secretary of the Senegalo-Gambia Secretariat in The Gambia. He was in The Gambia during the restive period of the 1981 abortive coup and was held hostage by the rebels led by Kukoi Samba Sanyang. In this edition of Bantaba, he continued from where he left off last week with Standard editor, Sainey Darboe.

Saidou Nourou Ba Senegalese diplomat

Saidou Nourou Ba is a career diplomat who served as the last executive secretary of the Senegambian Secretariat in The Gambia. He was in The Gambia at the time of the 1981 abortive coup and was held hostage by the rebels led by the late Kukoi Samba Sanyang. In this edition of The Bantaba, The Standard editor Sainey Darboe began by asking him to tell him a bit about himself.

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