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Letters: Congratulations to the heroes and Fatu Network!

  Dear editor, Let me first of all appreciate the many Gambians who believe in me and the work I do to the point that they...

Letters: Of the Catholic Education Secretariat’s financial debacle

  Dear editor, In an obviouslysincere bid to finding solutions to one of a myriad of fundamental challenges facing the Government-assisted schools, the Catholic Education Secretariat...

Letters: IWD: Our women must be at the table, not on the menu

  Dear editor, Our women must be at the table, not on the menu; the positions they occupy must be uncountable, not counted on the fingers...

Letters: IWD202: maternity and marital rights of female security officers

  Dear editor, Are the armed and security forces discriminating against female security personnel? The policy to discharge/dismiss a female security officer on the grounds of...

Letters: Advice to lawyers and magistrates in The Gambia

Dear editor, The courts are traditionally places where decent and cultured people go to settle their differences that cannot otherwise be settled through mediation. However,...

Letters: Food

  Dear editor, Amidst fears of the spread of the coved19, commonly known as coronavirus, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has given some guidelines on hygiene...

Letters: In solidarity with the Supreme Islamic Council

  Dear editor, The meaning of rasul is apostle or messenger, the one who receives the message (resalah) to the people from Allah. The meaning of...

Letters: Planet Earth calling APRC

  Dear editor, After the APRC 'Jammeh come back' bubble was burst by Justice Minister Tambadou reassuring Gambians that Jammeh will be arrested as soon as...

Letters: What are our contingency plans?

  Dear editor, The advent of the scary and deadly Corona Virus has caused countries around the globe to make substantive contingency plans to combat or...

Letters: The blind cannot lead the deaf

  Dear editor, I wrote that Saudi Arabia is not the headquarters of the Islamic world. And that must have been a strange write-up for some...

Letters:Gambia-Senegal relationship revisited

  Dear editor, The Gambia and Senegal are bound by history, geography, religion, culture and language, like no other country in the world. These two nations...

Letters: Rough and ready Muslims

  Dear editor This Ba Kawsu versus Imam Fatty controversy is not healthy for the state of Islam in The Gambia. The rivalry between Imam Fatty...

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