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Letters: Faulty thinking: Maintenance of security assures peace

  Dear editor, "We were once the beacon of human rights in Africa", my Kotokeh shouted to me, in nostalgia. There was a halcyon period he wanted...

Letters: TRRC faces serious threat from our political militia forces

Dear editor, It could be recalled that the establishment of the TRRC was occasioned by the normalized human rights violations of Gambians and other nationals...

Letters: The Gambia not subjected to blackmail from the 3 Years Jotna

Dear editor, We are not asking you to sit or not sit with the president, because your organization is not a political party or anything...

Letter: Response to Fatoumata Tambajang on the Coalition’s meeting

  Dear editor, Since 2017, I have been a vociferous opponent of the way the Coalition, which, under Adama Barrow, deceptively maneuvered to help entrench itself...

Letters: AG Ba Tambadou’s diplomatic passport return; right move

  Dear Ba, you preempted what I had to say about the allocation of diplomatic passports to unqualified persons, in this case, your family members,...

Letters: If the President fails to turn up before the National Assembly NAMs have the power to impeach him

  The action by the National Assembly to insist that the President is present as they discuss the State of the Nation Address is not...

Letters: State of nation address utterly inadequate Part II

  Dear editor, Martin Luther King had said that riot is the language of the unheard. Let me therefore put it to President Adama Barrow that...

LettersState of the nation address: utterly inadequate Part I

  Dear editor, This is what Pres. Adama Barrow said in speaking about “certain developments that are of concern to the Government and the people of the...

Letters: Tackling the misinformation from ministers Ebrima Sillah and Abubacarr Tambadou

  Dear editor, It is high time someone put it to both the Minister of Information Ebrima Sillah and the Justice Minister Abubacarr Tambadou that indeed...

Letters:Barrow should take Janneh Commission Report before the National Assembly

Dear editor, The Janneh Commission Report is a national document that came out of major historical circumstances of our country. Therefore this report should not be...

Letter to the MD, Gambia Ports Authority

Dear sir, With much worry and concern, I write to draw your attention to the precarious state of both Banjul and Barra ferry terminals. These two...

Letters: Diplomatic passports are too important for one person’s decision

  Dear editor, I just read somewhere that Government Spokesman Ebrima Sankareh said Adama Barrow is the singular permitting authority for diplomatic passports. It seems to me...

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