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Open letter to women

By Binta Muhammed Sallah Vice Chairperson, Youth For Human Rights Gambia Dear Women, it's International Women's Day... A day to reflect on our achievements, obstacles and...

The Janneh Commission: My take and the way forward

By Baba Sillah When President Adama Barrow came to power in January 2017 and set up his cabinet, he established an independent inquiry to investigate...

The Think-Tank is not dead: A response to Aicha

By Kemo Conteh I read her piece. She touched on many things, some of them perhaps genuine talking points in the current national dialogue such...

Gambia’s TRRC, a soul searching exercise and a catharsis

By Njundu Drammeh The TRRC is, in my view, the “best thing”, paradoxically writing, that has happened to The Gambia. We wouldn't be knowing the...

Who is a patriot? The constitutional perspective

By Simon Sabally One of the most frequently bandied words on social media is "patriotism". Its meaning kept on shifting after every major event or...

The IGP cannot deny fundamental rights and freedoms! the right...

By Madi Jobarteh The announcement by the IGP claiming that citizens have to first seek a permit in order to demonstrate is not based on...

Was the bribing of government officials the cause of the cement...

Dr. Ousman Gajigo It has been several weeks now since the government decided to favour connected big businesses at the expense of small-scale enterprises and...

On Dr Ceesay’s view about deportation of Gambians

By Sarjo Barrow I decided to weigh in and response to Dr. Ceesay's comment about the role/obligation of the government regarding her citizens facing deportation....

The environmental problems, politics and development perspectives

By Abdoukarim Sanneh In Gambia and many developing countries, major aspects of economic organisation of the state are subjected to foreign control in the name...

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Prosecutions in The Gambia: nothing is impossible provided there is...

On October 9th, 2018 the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Aboubacarr Tambadou, said during a news conference held at his office located in...

The corruption within

By Pa Ousman Cham Leadership has always been one of the best factors to consider when determining the goal of a society or a community....

The Gambia has a bigger problem than tribalism

By Lamin Keita After spending a month criss-crossing The Gambia, I have learned with utmost shock that the issue of tribalism is embedded within our...

Can The Gambia keep a Republic?

By Musa Bah When the representatives from the different states in America met to discuss the type of government they wanted to have after extricating...

The government’s chief spin doctor is hurting the executive

By Njundu Drammeh “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as a Michaelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed...

Why are the ministries of justice and sports and Parliament...

By Madi Jobarteh It is indeed mindboggling that tax fraud has been discovered in the Gambia Football Federation by the Gambia Police Force and confirmed...

On the appointment of Alagie Barrow: A note to Baba Galleh...

By Momodou Sabally Dear Baba, I salute you as my 'koto' both in culture and intellectual prowess. You have been a lighthouse for many of us...

Dr Owl

By Ebrima Baldeh Dr Owl has been stingingly appearing and issuing witty statements almost on a daily basis on the Kibaro newspaper; I must say...

When death becomes the catalyst for national reconciliation Upping national reconciliation...

By Salmina Jobe Saturday, 30 July 2018 was not an ordinary day for many Gambians both at home and abroad because on this day, Aja...
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