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Letters : Gambia; the politics that never ends

  Dear editor, I have seen the huge crowds welcoming Ousainu Darboe recently. I have seen the humongous APRC crowds. I have seen the large GDC crowds....

Letters: April 10/11, 2000 student massacre; Day of infamy

  Dear editor, ‘Roaming the night's streets' stuck in my mind since high school is this passage which I memorized during our study of Alex la...

Letters :The Coalition Government: A truly great country awaits a leader

  Dear editor, There is a great deal of goodness in this country. The men of goodwill abound. One can find them everywhere. But the question...

Letters : Are we a corrupt nation?

  Dear editor, Last week, on my way to the Niumis I was told at the ticket counter at Banjul Ferry Terminal that the tickets were...

Letters: Residues of Jammeh’s style

  Dear editor, When you sleep with dogs, expect to catch fleas. For me, and as should be for all Gambians, the overriding concern is the establishment...

Letters to the Editor

Of the controversy over the TRRC eyewitness testimonies Dear editor, The popular CSI: Miami TV mini-series drama never failed in offering vivid details of incredible evidence...

Letters to the Editor: Specific and general advice to the CRC

  Recently I have heard some worrisome word choice by CRC officials, like seeking 'what Gambians want'. A constitution is not about what the majority...

Letters: Empty rhetorics

  Dear Editor, On Thursday Pres. Adama Barrow sworn in his new Vice President and some ministers. In his statement the President focused his speech on...

Letters : Lie-detector test could be a legitimate solution to mitigate...

  In considering the use of a polygraph test also referred to as lie-detector test to deter lying, or to screen prospective witnesses to testify...

Letters :Football heart break again

  Dear editor, I read the piece on another football heartbreak and wept silently in my room on Monday. I am old enough to remember how good...

Letters : GGC marketing challenges

  Dear editor, The just concluded groundnut trade season was a challenge for all stakeholders and lessons must be learned. As a stakeholder, I have observed...

Letters to the Editor

Take note Mr President Dear editor, Adama Barrow, the way you're treating Gambians, Yahya Jammeh is not worst than you. Actually, in so many ways, you're...

Letters:Re Sanitise the Transportation System

  Dear editor, Please allow me space in your esteemed newspaper to make an intervention by way of observation, targeting an article in your Thursday 14th...

Letters :Did the Supreme Court misapply the presumption of regularity?

  Dear editor, I respect the Decision but strongly believe it was not a good one. One of the grounds on which the Supreme Court disposed of...

Letters : Latest sackings in Cabinet

  Dear editor, In this President Barrow strategy, I sense two forces at play; one good, the other, not so. First, we have seen over the past...

Letters: Let the chips fall where they may!

  Dear editor, It is a great week for democracy in The Gambia as we await a landmark ruling from the Supreme Court of the country...

Letters to the Editor

Manjagoes cannot be marginalized Dear Editor Manjagoes should now organise themselves to take active part in the politics of this country to protect their interest and...

Letters : TRRC, don’t forget child sacrifice investigations

  Dear editor, As TRRC investigations and revelations of gruesome acts of barbarity unfold, TRRC should be mindful to add the issue of "Child Sacrifice' to...

Letters : President Barrow has the most male-dominated government in...

  Dear editor, President Barrow's minor cabinet reshuffle has shaped up to have a smaller percentage of women cabinet secretaries than his first cabinet and that...

Letters : Clarifications on Bantaba with Ambassador Winter

  Editor, In your edition of 1st March 2019, under the heading “Bantaba” Part 2 of the account by Charles Stuart Kennedy in his Foreign Affairs...
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