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Letters: Yahya Jammeh’s laws and institutions of repression still exist

Dear editor, Someone would be hard pressed to find differences between the Yahya Jammeh regime and the new Coalition government under President Adama Barrow. First, it's...

Letters: Anarchy: cui bono

Dear editor, The peoples' act of promoting and protecting their interests is in a state of flux, gaining momentum from sit-in strikes by the organized...

Letters: IGP must release #OccupyBAC protesters

  Dear editor, The Gambia Police Force was using force and infringing on the fundamental rights of Gambians in Brikama right yesterday and that must stop. If...

Letters: July 22 and Jammeh’s first visit to Radio Gambia

Dear editor, While Gambians reflect on the events of July 22 in different ways, July 23 is the day that I want to reflect on. The...

Letters: The case for 5 years as opposed to 3 years

Dear editor, I had from the get-go always stuck with the three-year deal. It wasn't a popular decision then. The three-year crew was a lonely one. But for...

Letters: July 22, a day of infamy! Lest we forget!

Dear editor Remember, history always repeats itself for those who forget and fall asleep! Be Vigilant! Check your elected and appointed public servants and people in...

Letters: Why forming a National Development Party, NDP is wrong

Dear Editor, Forming this party could be wrong in law, wrong in principle, and wrong in ethics. This post title is predicated on the rule of...

Letters: Letter to the Minister of Higher Education on GTTI university fiasco

  Honourable Minister and my dear respected koto, I salute you with great reverence and with good reasons for that respect: You have always been a...

Letters : You failed this PR stunt, Mr Tangara

  Dear editor, I read the story of Foreign Minister, Mamadou Tangara's lame excuse distancing himself from the atrocities of the Yahya Jammeh regime. Not so fast....

Letters: Political opportunism and corruption breed underdevelopment

  Dear editor, Barely fifty years and counting since Africa gained independence from Europe, every effort to develop the continent has been constrained by the political...

Letters : What is the Department of Physical Planning doing?

Dear Editor Onboard a taxi in Serekunda the other day, we meandered through a snail-slow traffic only to come to a halt at a dead...

Letters: Rohey Malick Lowe deserves national accolade

  Dear editor, On Friday 5 July 2019, I passed through Banjul to North Bank Region to investigate an incident at that end. However, I was not...

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