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Letters: The need to change Gambian model of Labor Day

  Dear editor, International Labor day is a day of celebration/remembrance of the terrific Haymaket massacre and flawed prosecution and unlawful execution of Labor unionist for...

Letters: GFF official must stay out of politics

  Dear editor, Senior members of The Gambia Football Association (GFA) should stay out of politics and refrain from being affiliated with any political movement or...

Letters: The epitome of African personality

  Dear editor, This week marks the 47th anniversary of the Kwame Nkrumah's death. His dream for a unified Africa is more relevant and necessary today...

Letters : TRRC and its legal team are on track!

  Dare editor, In the wake of misconceptions and distortions being generated in some quarters against the TRRC and especially about its Lead Counsel Essa M...

LETTERS: If you haven’t woken up yet, now is the time to bang your head on a concrete wal

  Dear editor, President Adama Barrow's tour and meet with APRC boss, Fabakary Tombong Jatta (FTJ), should send chills down the spine of every Gambian. This...

LETTERS : What the Gambian Media Is NOT Doing…?

  The media - print and electronic - in a democracy, has a pivotal role to play in the promotion of good governance. The media...

LETTERS : Lamin Kaba Bajo, a missed opportunity for you

  Dear editor, The death of Ousman Koro Ceesay (May his soul Rest In Peace) was a deliberate act by the AFPRC junta of which Lamin...

LETTERS: The Gambia Armed Forces agriculture project must be stopped!

Dear Editor, The announcement by State House on April 8 that the Gambia Armed Forces intends to embark on a large-scale agricultural production in partnership...

LETTERS: Nonviolence protest is a philosophy and strategy

Dear editor, Peter Ackerman and Jack Duval in their book, 'A Force More Powerful' refer to the nonviolence movement of the 20th Century as 'a...

LETTERS: Gambia; the politics that never ends

Dear editor, I have seen the huge crowds welcoming Ousainou Darboe recently. I have seen the humongous APRC crowds. I have seen the large GDC crowds....

LETTERS: April 10/11, 2000 student massacre; Day of infamy

Dear editor, ‘Roaming the night's streets' stuck in my mind since high school is this passage which I memorized during our study of Alex la...

LETTERS: The Coalition Government: A truly great country awaits a leader

Dear editor, There is a great deal of goodness in this country. The men of goodwill abound. One can find them everywhere. But the question...

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FAN CLUB CHAIRMAN: REVOKE DARBOE & CO’S BAIL

By Omar Bah Lamin Jatta, the regional chairman of President Barrow Fan Club in Brikama, has called for the revocation of bail granted to UDP...

Political oppression will never be allowed again – Darboe

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Gambian Opposition have failed – Hamat Bah

By Omar Bah The leader of the National Reconciliation Party, Hamat Bah has accused the country's opposition parties of having an obsession with the president...

Student charged with stealing school funds to buy car

By Amadou Jadama Alagie Sanneh, a student of Bottrop Senior Secondary School is standing trial at the Magistrates court in Brikama for allegedly breaking into...

Ex-GDC PRO surfaces at Barrow’s Brikama rally

By Omar Bah Mambanyick Njie, the former Gambia Democratic Congress public relations officer, who resigned from the party in April was spotted at the President...