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Letter : The APRC resurgence and the Babili audiotapes

  Dear editor, Now they want to politicize the Victims Center which was designed to complement the TRRC. They are weaponizing guilt politics in an attempt...

Letters: Yahya Jammeh and the agreement

  Dear editor, The conversation between Yahya Jammeh and his APRC collaborators about the so-called agreement must be well understood by our citizens so that no...

Letters: Gambia – Al Jazeera, politics and media bias

  Dear editor, Was it an oversight or an outright media bias? That most news outlets did not cover the protest march in Gambia Sunday in...

Letters: Secularism: a principle coined by the mortal to challenge the immortal

Dear editor, The Constitutional development in the Gambia has witnessed several amendments, starting from 1947-1997. And they are as follows: 1947, 1954, 1960, 1962, 1965,...

Letters: Yahya Jammeh and the mind of a dictator

  Dear editor, Every human being who leaves home for even a few days indeed does get homesick and miss family. That is normal for any...

Letters: When will the rains stop beating us?

Dear editor, These are very difficult times in the Gambia. Sad, mournful and dolorous times, the Gambia in the past decades opened with ethnic bigotry,...

Letters:Wading in the secularism fray

Dear editor, The inclusion or exclusion of “secularism” from the new constitution has generated a great deal of controversy and triggered a frenzied debate among...

Letters: The panoply of foreign troops in Gambia: stabilization or occupation force?

Dear editor, The legal status of the foreign forces in Gambia may soon be another catalyst for unrest in the country. Today there are four...

Letters: Secularization and religious fundamentalism: A threat to our security and peaceful coexistence

  Dear editor, The fiercest debate today regarding our draft constitution is the exclusion or the inclusion of the word secular in our constitution. This is...

Letters: Re: Are 3yrs Jotna going to overthrow gov’t?

  Dear editor, Kindly allow me to answer the question asked at the National Assembly by Halifa Sallah, Secretary General for PDOIS party and the National Assembly...

Letters: President Barrow should sue 3yrs Jotna

  Dear editor, I want to congratulate the 3yrs Jotna movement for organising a protest that was well coordinated and peaceful. The government and the security...

Letters: What is secularism?

  Dear editor, Essentially, secularism says that man does not need God. It can be defined as “a system of doctrines and practices that disregards or...

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