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National Assembly should not only make laws Dear editor, In a democracy, the ideals of good governance are ensured and assured because of the concept of...

Letters to the Editor

National Assembly should not only make laws Dear editor, In a democracy, the ideals of good governance are ensured and assured because of the concept of...

Letters to the Editor

Dear editor, 'Men are so simple of mind, and so much dominated by their immediate needs, that a deceitful man will always find plenty who...

Letters to the Editor

Public interest vs. witness safety Dear editor, Business magnate Muhammad Bazzi made an unprecedented request at the Janneh Commission, through his lawyer, to have the rest...

Letters to the Editor

Whither the first love which brought us together for freedom? Dear editor, Once upon a time a people lived under one of the most brutal, inhuman,...

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Gambia dina dem Dear editor, The One Gambia One People spirit was once again in full display at a gathering in NY yesterday, September 23rd, as...

Let us all say NO to tribalism in all its forms

As unfortunate as it may sound, it appears as if the spectre of tribalism and regionalism has become a defining feature of the New...

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A moment to inhale national pride Dear editor, Being an opposition doesn't mean opposing every action by the head of state. There are times when even...

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Understanding our social construct, the Gambian girl Dear editor, In our social setting, the Gambian girl is made to believe that she is only successful when...

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President Barrow beware! Dear editor, President Adama Barrow be aware of sycophants and lobbyists and surrogates and selfish supporters. They delayed and derailed and fooled Jawara...

Letters to the Editor

Dear editor, When the Coalition government was faced with a litmus test in its disaster preparedness, response and management by circumstances in Niani, what we...

Letters to the Editor

Dear editor, When the Coalition government was faced with a litmus test in its disaster preparedness, response and management by circumstances in Niani, what we...

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