THE RESISTANCE IS BUT A FESTIVAL OF FORMAL AFFAIRS UNLESS…
The “struggle” has been recently rechristened the “resistance”. Either befits, it all just depends on who is talking; the old school or the young-who would rather bring their message to the street for everyday Gambians to digest. Did I just say “everyday Gambians”? Oh yeah very crystal but please don’t ask me who are they. You see sometimes in the heat of a moment one is confronted by thoughts I often prefer to push and bury in the back of my mind. But the problem is they keep on resurfacing every now and again such that I am now left with no
Sulayman Jeng @ September 20, 2014
TIME COST AND HUMAN CAPITAL DAMAGE OF ONE MAN RULE IN GAMBIA
An autopsy by Sarjo Bayang
Money and material loss quickly comes to mind whenever people talk about 20 years misrule in Gambia. By good account of time and human capital cost since the advent of military dictatorship, overall loss to Gambia as a nation is scary to imagine.
Freezing Human Capital Stock
In all fairness with regards to capacity building of Gambians, more people have gained employable skills and other specialised functional capabilities in last 20 years compared to what obtained
Sulayman Jeng @ September 20, 2014
Gambian Gunned Down, killed At South Fulton Home USA
Police are working to track down a killer who ambushed a father minutes after he arrived home from a store he owned.
Hardy Touray, 45, was the owner of 2 Ray
Marts, a convenience store on Stonewall Tell and Butner roads in south Fulton County in the U.S.
Fulton County police say someone shot the father of two in the driveway of his home on Hilltop Way just before midnight Wednesday.
They still don’t have a motive in the shooting.
Several people spoken to about Hardy Touray’s death said they don’t know of him having problems with anyone.
One customer described him as
Landing Nyassi @ September 20, 2014
MILE II PRISONS DESPICABLE CONDITIONS EXPOSED AS NJOGOU BAH LANGUISHES IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT
An authoritative source from the Ministry of Interior has reliably informed Fatu Radio that former SG Njogou Bah and former Justice Minister Lamin Jobarteh have put into solitary confinement after mobile phones and some amounts of money were allegedly found in their possession respectively by some prison wardens. According to the source, the discovery was a result of routine checks on cells and inmates by the prison authority.
“Both men are reported to be in good shape. No signs of manhandling or illness were noted
Sulayman Jeng @ September 18, 2014
PRESIDENT JAMMEH SHOULD REACH OUT TO CALLS FOR OPEN DIALOGUE – MOMODOU NJAI EXPLAINS
Why H.E Sheikh Prof. Alhagie Dr. Yahya AJJ Jammeh Nasirul Deen Babili Mansa President of The Gambia, needs to reach out to the calls for an open dialogue?
For 50 years since Independence, we the people of The Gambia have seen tremendous gains in achievement and developments, but also suffered heinous crimes and human right violations that have set us back as a nation. The achievements made possible were built on the
Yanks Dabo @ September 18, 2014
Gambia’s Gibril Faal Awarded OBE for Strides in International Development
Mr. Gibril Faal a business adviser and founder of RemitAid have been awarded Order of the British Empire according to a press release by the British High Commission in Banjul. The award is the most populous order of chivalry in the British and commonwealth systems. Mr. Faal who is also the Chair of the Diaspora organization African Foundation for Development (AFFORD) is given the award because of his services to international development. Gibril Faal is a multidisciplinary practitioner with an eclectic professional background. He has under his belt management consultancy and university
Landing Nyassi @ September 13, 2014
THREE GAMBIANS JAILED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING IN MANCHESTER
Three Gambians street dealers who peddled cannabis in Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester, United Kingdom have been locked up. The men were caught and hauled before a judge as part of Operation Mandera, a long-running police campaign to clean up Manchester city centre. Officers spent the last 18 months targeting Piccadilly Gardens and surrounding streets to rid the plaza of drugs and booze-related disorder. All the three Gambians, from Salford, north Manchester and Tameside were sentenced at Manchester Crown court
Sulayman Jeng @ September 12, 2014