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Gambia is at the crossroads: NA members must vote ...

By Hassan Njie, PhD candidate, University of Oslo The Gambia gained independence from Britain in 1965 but became a presidential republic in 1970. The late Sir...

What’s false and what’s true on China-related human rights matters: Part III

Full of ignorance of and bias against China, some people from certain countries have recently made groundless accusations against and disseminated many fallacies about...

Court of Appeal’s ruling on M.A Kharafi & Sons Ltd vs AG, was made “per incuriam” (Latin: in error or ignorance of the...

The Gambia Court of Appeal panel composing of (1) Honourable Ms Justice Awa Bah, President of the Court of Appeal &my learned junior at...

Mr Mai Fatty must apologise to His Excellency President Barrow and Hon Mr Nuha touray, newly-appointed Secretary General or else… Part 2

Paragraph 4 of the said article read: “After his reinstatement, Touray was sent on a two-year secondment at The Economic Community of West African...

Mr Mai Fatty must apologise to His Excellency President Barrow and Hon Mr Nuha touray, newly-appointed Secretary General or else…

I cordially invite reference to an interesting and eye-catching article titled: “Mai says new SG's appointment is unconstitutional”, which was duly published in the...

Demolition of structures in Sukuta Salagi: the state’s public exhibition of contempt for Kombonkas

By DF Manneh Land is a precious and valuable resource. Besides its sentimental and symbolic value, it isalso a signifier of economic and political power....

Misplaced nationalism

By Alagie Saidy-Barrow With the recent boneheaded excursion of Senegalese forces into Gambian territory, I have seen a lot of outrage against the Senegalese and...

A different experience in the People’s Republic of China

By Muhamed A Badjie Apparently, some people in The Gambia have been spreading falsehood about the People's Republic of China. They have been misleading the...

Recent developments on Covid-19: What next- a Nation in crisis?

We come back to express our very deep concern over the way and manner that a major national crisis continues to be handled without...

Gambia’s 2020 Final Draft Constitution: A critical political-economy perspective

By Prof Abdoulaye Saine Having read the Final Draft Constitution, Report of the Constitutional Review Commission on the Draft Constitution for the Third Republic of...

The Draft Constitution: Curtailment of presidential powers

By Solomon Demba Firstly, I commend the CRC Commissioners for the service they offered to our nation; it is very much appreciated. Here, I do not...

My humble advice to Abdoulie Tambedou, Manjang’s replacement to head the SSHFC

By Morro Gaye Dear Mr. Tambedou, Please allow me to congratulate you on your new appointment as MD of SSHFC, an institution that has just emerged...

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The National Security Adviser, Rtd. Colonel Momodou Badjie

Mr. Chairman and Government Spokesperson, Ebrima G, Sankareh, Honourable Ministers of Defence, Sheikh Omar Faye, Interior, Yankuba Sonko and Information, Ebrima Sillah, Ladies and Gentlemen...

Brufut Multi-Purpose Center Plan unveiled

The official concept Plan of The Brufut Multi-Purpose Center was unveiled Sunday at the Strasser football field. The plan contains drawing and imagery of...

The dead are not dead

By Omar Sarr, Neptune Poet The dead are not dead They are crying in their graves Of betrayal and disappointment Of ignorance and denouncement By those who turned their backs   The...

NPP, GDC SQUARE UP FOR NIAMINA WEST SEAT

By Momodou Darboe, just back from Georgetown   The vicinity of the IEC regional office in Janjanbureh was last Saturday the scene of fanfare and razzmatazz as...

Cabinet asks Justice Minister to constitute taskforce to seek consensus on draft constitution

By Omar Bah  Barely  a month after being accused of orchestrating the defeat of the draft constitution at the National Assembly, President Adama Barrow's cabinet...