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“WULARAMANG BANTABA ASSOCIATION” HAS NOW BEEN OFFICIALLY REGISTERED AS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

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BANTABA

BANTABA

The Wularamang Association, which brings you the radio talk show that continues to attract large audiences, has now been registered as a non-profit organisation in Sweden. “The organization holds an open door policy and welcomes interested individuals and other organizations that cherish our values irrespective of their ethnic, religious and political affiliation”, reveals it committee.

Speaking to Kibaaro News, Kebba Landing Sonko, Chair and President of the organisation declared “Wularamang Bantaba Association is purely a non-profit-making, non-sacred and non-partisan political organisation formed on the backdrop of promoting our African cultural heritage and NKO literature”.  Mr Sonko went on to reveal “membership of

Sulayman Jeng @ August 1, 2014

Jammeh is a fake Pan-africanist Whose Foreign Policy is a Havoc on Gambia

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Jammeh, the fake Pan-Africanist

Jammeh, the fake Pan-Africanist

By Lamin Camara, UK

The Gambia being a tiny small country ,was not given a chance to survive as a state at the time of independence due to its lack of resources and size. The PPP had the impossible job of making the The Gambia a viable and successful state.They had no magic wand  but they used skilful diplomacy and build strong alliances to turn the fortunes of our young Republic.The Gambia had the finest diplomatic corps and were successful with attracting foreign investment and foreign assistance to the country to a certain degree. However one  can argue that, the benefits of

Landing Nyassi @ August 1, 2014

“LET JAMMEH STOP “CHACKOO” TALK AND TELL GAMBIANS HOW HE BECAME RICHER THAN A NATION WHOSE RESOURCES THE PRESIDENCY KEEPS CUSTODY OF”, SWIPED SARJO BAYANG

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Gambia's most expensive first family for its taxpayers

Gambia’s most expensive first family for its taxpayers

SARJO BAYANG-A SOCIAL THINKER

SARJO BAYANG-A SOCIAL THINKER

In Gambia, the pet name for parrots is chackoo. Some keepers of parrot as pet grow fond of the fine colour bird and train them how to whistle. Does that make parrots talk sense? Yet people enjoy the melody of whistling by pet parrots. Humans who seek to entertain others with deceptive talks are near parrots. Yaya Jammeh who presides over entire national resources for 20 years is no parrot. He is capable of

Sulayman Jeng @ August 1, 2014

“AFRICA OFTEN TENDS TO BEHAVE LIKE AN UNWANTED ORPHAN, WHO SUDDENLY DISCOVERS A FAMOUS UNCLE”, AS OBAMA PREPARES TO HOST AFRICA – ALAGI YORRO JALLOW ASSESSES HIS RELATIONS TO THE CONTINENT’S HERO QUEST

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Author: Alagi Yorro Jallow

Author: Alagi Yorro Jallow

As Obama prepares to host the leaders of the African continent in the US-Africa summit schedule to begin next week in Washington DC, Alagi Yorro Jallow revisits two of his well written articles about the Obama – Africa relations. We republish the articles below in the dated order starting with the first article published on 6 August 2008, under the heading “Africa Cannot Lay Claim on Barack Obama”; and the second opinion published by the Globalpost newspaper on 15 October 2012. 

“Africa cannot lay claim on Barack Obama –Alagi Yorro Jallow

There’s an understandable excitement at the prospect of somebody other than the usual

Yanks Dabo @ July 31, 2014

“THE GAMBIA IS MINE”, CLAIMED PRESIDENT JAMMEH OWLISHLY

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GAMBIA'S JAMMEH-CLAIMS HE OWNS GAMBIANS

GAMBIA’S JAMMEH-CLAIMS HE OWNS GAMBIANS

GAMBIAN DICTATOR

GAMBIAN DICTATOR

“DEKABI SUMA BOSS-LA”, President Jammeh told Gambians and the rest of the world in his televised Eid message broadcast on GRTS. Amazingly, all the state ministers and Islamic clerics sitting from across him sheepishly nodded their heads in approval to his claim of ownership of the Gambia. On the one hand, on a constitutional and legal point, one can dismiss his claim as preposterous and oafish. To better sculpt a colourful image of my exposition, I would sponge Wikipedia’s designation of the term country.

Sulayman Jeng @ July 31, 2014

“A COUNTRY NEEDS A STEADY AND EXPERIENCED LEADER, NOT A BUNCH OF HORNY AND ANGRY JUVENILES”, KABA SALLAH OBSERVED FROM EBOU JALLOW’S INTERVIEW

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EBOU JALLOW- RE-INVENTING HIMSLF

EBOU JALLOW- RE-INVENTING HIMSELF

 JAMMEH-THE RELENTLESS DICTATOR

JAMMEH-THE RELENTLESS DICTATOR

Pa Nderry Mbai, of Freedom newspaper Online, recently scored two long and interesting interviews with Captain Ebou Jallow; the first spokesperson of the Yahya Jammeh Military junta. Ebou Jallow was the face and voice of the military junta early in 1994. Captain Jallow was also the first high profile member of the junta to abscond, sometime in 1996, under controversial and mysterious circumstances. He absconded not long after the mysterious and gruesome assassination of the then Finance Minister, Koro Ceesay. Therefore, Ebou Jallow’s

Sulayman Jeng @ July 30, 2014

“DON’T GET ME WRONG”, ASSERTED MOMODOU NJAI, “BE FIRM IN YOUR BELIEF AND STAND FOR WHAT IS JUST”.

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 MOMODOU NJAI-GAMBIA'S NEW PEACE BROKER

MOMODOU NJAI-GAMBIA’S NEW PEACE BROKER

 JAMMEH-THE RELENTLESS DICTATOR

JAMMEH-THE RELENTLESS DICTATOR

If great leaders starting from Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) to Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela went by what was popular for political points or reasons, we would probably not be living in a civilized world albeit all its flaws. Words like mercy, compassion, reconciliation, dialogue, freedom, peace, love, community, justice, change, hope, and individual rights would have being missing in our vocabulary.

My brothers and sisters, even though we cherish the agony and pains in our hearts

Sulayman Jeng @ July 29, 2014