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CARE FOR WOMEN ORGANISE A LUNCH ON SALE

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Sarata Jabbi- LUNCH ORGANIZER

Kibaaro’s Sarata Jabbi Dibba is among the organisers 

Care for Women and Girls Gambian diaspora organisation based in Birmingham is organising an Easter Luncheon Sale at the Birmingham, Newtown Community Hall,  B19 2SW, on 19th April 2014 from 12:30pm to 18:00pm

The aim of the event is to raise funds that would be used to sponsor some upcoming activities, like advocacy and leadership training for the Gambian community in Birmingham. As well as to sensitise Gambian women about how to protect and support women and girls that are subjected to, or at risk of, harmful traditional practices with particular focus on Female Genital

Sulayman Jeng @ April 16, 2014

PRESIDENT JAMMEH POSTPONES ANNUAL TOUR AMID FEAR OF NRMG THREATS

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Pa Modou Ann - NRMG Secretary General

Pa Modou Ann – NRMG Secretary General

Dictator Jammeh threatening Gambians

Dictator Jammeh threatening Gambians

The coward Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, has postponed his annual nationwide tour which was scheduled for Monday 14 April 2014 amid fear of Gambia’s National Resistance Movement (NRMG) threats to attack his government. The new itinerary is now slated for Thursday 17 April 2014. It is not yet certain whether the newly selected date will even materialise.

“We are all in doubts because he is a man who is unpredictable and undecided so

Sulayman Jeng @ April 15, 2014

PRESIDENT JAMMEH’S ELECTRIC BROOM HAS SWEPT HIS CABINET AGAIN

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Dictator Jammeh threatening Gambians

Dictator Jammeh threatening Gambians

The Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, has once again used his electronic broom to sweep his cabinet for the sixth time within 12 months. His cabinet reshuffle follows the order he received from the EU for him to step up or lose funding. An insider within State House ambit revealed to Kibaaro News that this cabinet reshuffle is aimed to augment his failed regime’s gloomy image. The insider went further to state “He is trying to blow life into a dead horse. His time is up and the soon he admits that the better for him”.

According to the Despot

Sulayman Jeng @ April 14, 2014

PRESIDENT JAMMEH EMBARKS ON HIS NEFARIOUS MEET THE PEOPLE TOUR

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Gmbian Dictator Jammeh

Gmbian Dictator Jammeh

The Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, is expected to embark on a nationwide people tour starting today, Monday 14th April 2014, according to top senior civil servant. The annual tour was introduced by former President Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara as a platform in which he meets Gambian farmers to discuss and resolve their most pressing needs. However, under President Jammeh, the tour has been transformed into political court room in which perceived opposition communities are harassed, humiliated, isolated from development projects and condemned despite paying their taxes.

According to the tour itinerary, President Jammeh will hold meetings in all the major towns

Sulayman Jeng @ April 14, 2014

NRMG CLOCKS ONE MONTH HITTING THE GROUND RUNNING

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Pa Modou Ann - NRMG Secretary General

Rtd. Lt. Col. Pa Modou Ann – NRMG Secretary General

Rtd. Capt. Alhagie Kanteh - NRMG Assistant Secretary General

Rtd. Capt. Alhagie Kanteh – NRMG Assistant Secretary General

As we celebrate a month of existence of the Gambia`s National Resistance Movement, NRMG, today 12 April 2014, we the executive and members of this dynamic group herein wish to restate and re-emphasize our objective as outlined in our statements and communiques over the past month. This has become necessary to help put in perspective our position in the

Yanks Dabo @ April 13, 2014

April 10 & 11 2000 Was The Testing Ground For Jammeh

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Gambian Students demonstrating on April 10, 2000

Gambian Students demonstrating on April 10, 2000

By Papa Kumba Loum

April 10 and 11 2000 massacre and maiming by Jammeh of Gambian students who were demonstrating against the alleged torture and killing of a fellow student by fire brigade officers at Brikama Fire Station and the rape of a student by men in military mufti at the Bakau Independence Stadium are just one of the many incidences of the unchecked brutality that Jammeh has meted out to Gambians during his 20 year rule.

While it will be fair to mention the efforts of a group of

Yanks Dabo @ April 13, 2014

Gambia Has Never Been One Man One Vote, But One Tribe One Vote

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Author warns Gambian Dissidents against use of force, if we Gambia as we know it!

Author warns Gambian dissidents against use of force, if we want the Gambia as we know it!

By Ebrima Kinteh

Our politics in The Gambia starting from the birth of the Republic has never been ‘One Man One Vote’. Rather, ours is One Tribe One Vote. Our first President, with all due respect for his democratic principles, came to power because of a tribal majority. A deliberately handpicked President for the Mandinkas and who had scant knowledge or experience in the anti-colonial struggle. His selection

Yanks Dabo @ April 13, 2014

The Ballot or the Bullet, The Big Debate, the Old Debate… (Part I)

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The   2016 General Elections in The Gambia

will be a do or die for all …

The PPP 2014 Global Tour of the Diaspora.

Can we remove Dictator Jammeh through these ballots?

Can we remove Dictator Jammeh through these ballots?

By Kaba Sallah

One thing is very evident, that Dictator Jammeh. A.k.a the Butcher of Kanilai or Jallow Kanilai (JK) has absolutely no plans to voluntarily surrender his choke hold on power in Banjul, come general elections in 2016. We can all agree  on that; that elections are just one tool in his tool box to try

Yanks Dabo @ April 13, 2014

The Gambia: Remembering the April 10 2000 Students’ Massacre

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Author: Mathew K. Jallow

Author: Mathew K. Jallow

By Mathew K. Jallow

Exactly fourteen years ago this week, sixteen young Gambian students’ lives were cut short by the crackle of machine-gun-fire. The morning began uneventfully as citizens went about their normal business. In down-town Serekunda, the hustle and bustle that gave notoriety to the Gambia’s largest metropolis lived up to its image of confusion and disorder. Two miles to the east of Serekunda, where the Kairaba Avenue, the Birkama Highway and the Serekunda/Banjul speedway converge, and the spectacular display of human activity

Yanks Dabo @ April 11, 2014