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Letters: History repeats itself as complacency sets in, again

History repeats itself as complacency sets in, again Dear editor, “The President shall hold office for a term of five years. No person shall hold office...

Letters: Is the Barrow leadership self-harming?

Dear editor, It is recognised sometimes even the best attempts to support someone can backfire, but taking away a coping mechanism from a people opens...

Letters: Numbers do matter in politics but so should accountability

Letters: Numbers do matter in politics but so should accountability

Letters: International Women’s Day, a reflection

Dear editor, No one should have to fight to have an equal society, especially for a group which holds "half the sky". Equality, freedom, respect...

Beware of popular thinking

Dear editor, Since a lot of people are liking, doing or saying this or that thing, then it must be right or a very good...

Letters to the Editor : Gambians should start listening to Sidia and Halifa

Dear Editor, It is about time that the people of The Gambia start listening to statements by Honourable Sidia Jatta and Honourable Halifa Sallah of...

Letters to the Editor: AGAST calls on Gambians to beware of deceitful agents

Dear Editor, The Association of Gambian Students in Turkey (AGAST) wishes to draw the attention of the Gambian public to the presence of persons who...

Letters to the Editor :Investment for women-led businesses is missing ingredient African entrepreneurship

Dear Editor, Women make up 58% of African's self-employed population, yet there are still significant imbalances between opportunities to scale, access to funding and training...

Letters to the Editor:Rumors of Jammeh’s homecoming: justice awaits him

Dear editor, The rumored return of Yahya Jammeh from exile in Equatorial Guinea is received with mix feelings. His sycophantic and megalomaniac supporters believed that...

Letters to the Editor: Gambia’s dishonesty epidemy 1

ear editor, Our tiny Gambia turned 56 last week. We started off as an “improbable nation” in the words of one astute foreign wordsmith. Many...

Letters to the Editor : This can only happen in Gambia/Africa!

Dear editor, On February 19, 2021, Brussels Airlines has reportedly checked in the passengers at the Banjul International Airport and issued them with boarding passes. The...

Letters to the Editor: The Gambia’s sovereignty is hijacked under President Barrow

Dear Editor, President Adama Barrow's Independence Day address centered on sovereignty. According to him  “The Gambia's attainment of political Independence on 18th February, 1965 was...

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