State House imam, Alhaji Abdoulie Fatty, has called for cessation of discord among Muslims over dates of festivals, while admonishing that the dates sanctioned by the Supreme Islamic Council and President Jammeh should be followed.
Faith Cole, a Gambian-born director of a hospital in the UK and philanthropist has called for institutionalisation of compulsory military service to stem the coarsening of culture among young Gambians who are the future leaders of the country.
The government of The Gambia has announced henceforth that given the high cost of maintenance for government's capital assets, including buildings, the Office of the President will from henceforth now be the inspector general for all physical assets particularly government buildings.
Vice President Aja Isatou-Njie-Saidy, has inaugurated the multi-million dalasi Brikama-Marakissa-Dimbaya-Darsilami road network and a 5 metre Marakissa-Busura foot bridge The road network and the bridge in Kombo Central, all in the West Coast Region of the country were funded at the cost of D473,093,176 by the Saudi Fund for Development and 1.7 million dalasi by President Jammeh respectively.
A school in South Gloucestershire, England, has called off a visit from Gambian teachers after parents raised fears over their children catching the deadly Ebola virus – even though experts insisted there was never any health risk.
Prolific writer and human resource manager of Gambia Revenue Authority, Dr Seedy Drammeh, has launched a book which seeks to enumerate the achievements of two decades of July 22nd Revolution.
The first edition of Japalanteh Youth Foundation's 'dynamic youth award' was recently held at the Kairaba Beach Hotel in Kololi, awarding various personalities and institutions for their outstanding contribution toward the development of youths and children.
This is but a short tribute to our president and head of state, His Excellency, Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya AJJ Jammeh, Babili Mansa on the occasion of 20 years anniversary of the July 22nd Revolution. He is one who deservedly ranks as one of Africa's most dynamic and impressive leaders.
Foreign Minister Balla Jahumpa has said that access to justice is a fundamental feature of the democratic process stressing that unless people have unfettered access to the law and the courts, any rights 'they have would be of limited meaning and significance.
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