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Koukoie Samba Sanyang’s New Year’s Message

Building Consensus – Our National Agenda   In the Holy Name of Allah, The Most High, the Beneficent, the Merciful, and the
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New Year's Eve Messages

They embody the essence of leadership; they've invested their time and money, have put their reputation on the line as they lead all freedom loving Gambians in our ...
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Did Minister Kolley and The APRC Regime Spoil This Christmas?

It’s Christmas Day, about four in the afternoon, but I am yet to see any sign of Christmas apart from the gospel songs that come ...
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Challenges Facing The Gambian Muslim Ummah

Weeks ago when we reported on members of the Mouride sect harvesting President Jammeh’s farms in Farato, Siffoe and Kanilai, it struck us somehow to ...
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Why Are Gambians the Way We Are As A Civil Society?

The current crisis in relations between Senegal and Gambia has kept us thinking and wondering if the crisis between the two states is not on ...
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Is The Jammeh Regime Serious About Fighting HIV/AIDS?

When he addressed a gathering at Buffer Zone in Tallinding on the occasion of the celebration of World Aids Day few weeks ago the Minister ...
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Koukoie’s so called letter to President Abdoulaye Wade Part Two

A Militant Patriotic National Call for a Meaningful Political Dialogue for the Creation of a solid Alliance for the establishment of a Genuine Democracy to ...
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THE COPENHAGEN SUMMIT: Issues Miniaturized in Gambian Context

Delegates from 192 countries are gathered in the Danish capital Copenhagen for the opening of the 12- day UN summit on climate change. The conference ...
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Nigerian Nabbed with 600 GR Cocaine

According to the Senegalese newspaper L’Observerteur, Senegalese police recently arrested a Nigerian cocaine courier at Senegal’s border with Guinea Bissau. The 40-year old Nigerian, Iwu ...
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The Gambia Journal At Four: Contemplations

Today, December 5th marks 4 years since the launch of The Gambia Journal; a day, perhaps not to be celebrated, but one to commemorate with ...
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Alhagi Momodou Njie,Biri Biri Honored In Grand Style

If the ceremony honoring Biri that took place last Sunday at the Roy Lester Stadium in the Maryland suburb of Rockville is anything to by;
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Security Sector Reform Now!

Today is one year since the record catch of more than two tons of cocaine was made in the small Gambian village of Bonto on
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Celebrating Yaya Jammeh’s Birthday

Thursday 25th May was public holiday in The Gambia, marking according to official sources, Africa Liberation Day, but to the understanding of most
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Banjul Elder’s CO LTD

  Banjul may be the Gambian settlement with the oldest record of party political practice in the country but the people of the capital city
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Lang Tombong & CO Appeal Case: What Were The Lawyers Up To?

Lang Tombong & CO Appeal Case: What Were The Lawyers Up To? Last week Thursday was not a happy day for many Gambians. For
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Looking Tripoli With Spectacles From Banjul

Looking Tripoli With Spectacles From Banjul Events unfolding in Libya leave many dizzy with mixed feelings. Initially when protesters in Benghazi took to the
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Welcoming The Human Rights Defenders

                                                       Next week, the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights, ACHPR,  is to start with an other of its meetings, the 49th  Ordinary Session,
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On Côte d’Ivoire, Jammeh Says This, Others Say That, We Say Term Limit Now!

In the wake of the resolution of the Ivorian electoral, or shall we say political, crisis, players on the Gambian political field have been making
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Bad Leadership Breeds Official Corruption

  . “We either work honestly, live in peace or work dishonestly, get rich very quickly and become a prisoner. You are a disciplined force
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Stop Them Now!

  The Gambia is becoming increasingly conducive for the growth and triumph of quackery, especially of those types which claim to have cure for the
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