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Letters: Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely

Dear editor, Adama Barrow, in the interest of political expediency, chose his friends, or perhaps they chose him. However it happened, the end result will turn...

Letters: Need for cross-border cooperation

  Dear editor, Reports emerging from the border villages between The Gambia and Senegal have it that thieves and armed robbers are loosed on the population. Every...

Letters: Even under Yahya Jammeh corruption was discreet; now it’s in the open

Dear editor, First, early last week, Omar A Jallow (OJ) made a statement to the effect that Adama Barrow was obligated to the 3 years...

Letters: Re: Amputee soldier appeals for assistance to replace arm

Dear Sir, I am Colonel Salif Bojang, the Commanding Officer of Farafenni Barracks mentioned when WO2 Saidy Osman's hand got amputated. It is with compassion that...

Letters:Insensitive remarks!

Dear editor, A statement by Musa Amul Nyassi, APRC National Assembly member for Foni Kansala to The Standard that “there is no direct link of...

Letters: Attorney General misunderstood TRRC

Dear editor, The Attorney General, Ba Tambadou, is making a grave error in judgement by preparing to release confessed murderers on the streets. It is my...

Letters: I have never mentioned The Sanneh Family

  Dear editor, In reaction to your headline of Monday 26th July 2019 edition, captioned, BAC CHAIRMAN ACCUSES SANNEH FAMILY OF INCITING PROTEST. I want to clarify...

Letters: Yahya Jammeh’s laws and institutions of repression still exist

Dear editor, Someone would be hard pressed to find differences between the Yahya Jammeh regime and the new Coalition government under President Adama Barrow. First, it's...

Letters: Anarchy: cui bono

Dear editor, The peoples' act of promoting and protecting their interests is in a state of flux, gaining momentum from sit-in strikes by the organized...

Letters: IGP must release #OccupyBAC protesters

  Dear editor, The Gambia Police Force was using force and infringing on the fundamental rights of Gambians in Brikama right yesterday and that must stop. If...

Letters: July 22 and Jammeh’s first visit to Radio Gambia

Dear editor, While Gambians reflect on the events of July 22 in different ways, July 23 is the day that I want to reflect on. The...

Letters: The case for 5 years as opposed to 3 years

Dear editor, I had from the get-go always stuck with the three-year deal. It wasn't a popular decision then. The three-year crew was a lonely one. But for...

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