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Letters: In praise of OJ

  Dear editor, Hon Omar Jallow 'OJ' ticks all the boxes. His character as a politician is natural. His qualities are backed by experiences, intelligence, integrity,...

Letters: Transforming an agrarian economy: Opportunities seized, opportunities missed

  Dear editor, The recent policy proposals like (a) the agricultural transformation programme, (b) involving soldiers in agricultural production and, (c) steps to rice self-sufficiency geared...

The corrosion of Gambian culture: causes, implications and possible solutions

By Momodou Buharry Gassama The religious area is not spared. The search for religious and spiritual guidance and solutions usually leads outside Gambia. The Senegalese...

Letters: The Gambia and social media

  Dear editor, My fellow citizens, I presume you will agree with me that curiosity is one of the major characteristics which differentiates humans from other...

The corrosion of Gambian culture: causes, implications and possible solutions

By Momodou Buharry Gassama The development of a society is determined to a large extent by its culture. Culture serves as the foundation that supports...

Letters : The daily rants

  Dear editor Politics, history and economics are what I keep harping on about. What else could I be possibly talking about? Some of us might be...

What does constitutionality mean, when your constitution is defective?

By Dr Ousman Gajigo It is high time that all Gambians become acquainted with 1997 constitution of The Gambia, a highly defective document that we...

The Ecowas protocols and our checkpoints

Security is one of the most fundamental prerequisites for development. There is a need for stability and security for there to be any form...

Letters: Kudos to Gambia Government for submitting its human rights report

  Dear editor, In the report the Government has extensively and elaborately listed all policies, laws and institutions including programs, projects, activities and budgetary allocations it...

Buy a ticket for the bus ride

With Aicha I read an interesting article that made my eyebrows disappear high up until they hid in my hair. It was an article about...

What the TRRC lead counsel Essa Faal failed to ask Sanna Sabally

By Samsudeen Sarr I want every reader of this paper to be opened minded and not to allow prejudice to cloud one's sense of judgment...

Why we celebrate Labor Day and its significance

It is necessary to ask what activities are planned by Gambian Workers on May 1 and whether it is going to be another day...

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Tapha Manneh lifts another Cup in Liberia

Gambian Coach of former Liberian champions, Liberian International Shipping & Corporate Registry, LISCR FC Tapha Manneh has added another accolade to his growing list...

“Adama Barrow is our Holy Moses”: How much has changed in 2 Years?

By Alagi Yorro Jallow When President Barrow assumed office in January 19, 2017, most Gambians looked up to him as the miracle man, the holy...

Brikama rally’s political message

By Basidia M Drammeh Though the organizers of the much-vaunted Brikama rally have not disclosed the agenda of the rally, the overriding motive is unmistakable. Championed...

“Nobles” versus “Slaves:” Deep mistrust within Sarahulleh communities aggravates caste conflicts

By Prince Bubacarr Aminata Sankanu, Researcher on Contemporary History and Politics specializing in slavery abolition in West Africa Whereas “Ganbaanaxun Fedde” succeeds in winning global attention and...

The obligation to protect and promote human rights

By Almameh S Manga Quick reminder here on the role of the state in the promotion and protection of human rights as well as safeguarding...