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ECREEE empowering local companies to take lead in renewable energy sector

Press release Six selected projects in Ecowas member states have emerged as winners of the third Ecowas Rural Electrification Facility (EREF 3) and received cheques...

Ifad delegation to visit Gambia

By Tabora Bojang A high-level delegation of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (Ifad), will be visiting the country from 19 – 20 November. The Project...

Unique Solutions & Unique Energy getsD30.6m Ecowas energy project

The ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency-ECREEE has presented a cheque amounting to $282,902.00 to Unique Solutions & Unique Energy under the...

African Economic Congress closes in Abuja

By Awa Ceesay A three-day forum of the African Economic Congress, AEC, ended in Abuja, Nigeria last week. he AEC convened brain boxes of the African...

AG Says Gambia Will Not Decriminalise Homosexuality

By Omar Bah The Gambia Government has categorically stated in its submission to the 34th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group...

Seasonal tourism contributing factor to poverty in Gambia-EU

By Momodou Torp The head of Cooperation of EU Delegation to The Gambia Stephene Meert said seasonal tourism is not doing the country much good,...

UN body recommends for national dialogue in Gambia

By Omar Bah The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) has stressed the importance of national dialogue and the involvement...

Basse NAM calls 3 Years Jotna activists ‘coup plotters’

By Mafugi Ceesay Muhammed Magassy, the National Assembly Member for Basse, has told a press conference last evening that those advocating for President Adama Barrow...

Wife sentenced for stealing husband’s vehicles, documents

By Bruce Asemota Magistrate AB Faal of the Brikama court has convicted and sentenced one Kumba Sanneh of Mandinary village. Kumba was found guilty of...

Ecowas gives new Bissau gov’t 48 hours to resign

The West African regional bloc has given Guinea-Bissau's "illegal government" named by President Jose Mario Vaz a 48-hour ultimatum to resign or face sanctions,...

Karpowership donates to Banjul fishermen

Karpowership, a Turkish power-production company has reached out to the Gambian fishing community in Banjul and donated fishing nets, hooks, life jackets and floaters...

Ecowas targets central electricity grid control by 2020

By Okechukwu Nnodim A central control centre that will be used to manage and operate all electricity grids in West Africa shall begin operations by...

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‘Forcing Barrow out in December will be premature’

By Omar Bah Mambanyick Njie, a former PRO of Gambia Democratic Congress, has said “it will be grossly premature to force President Adama Barrow to...