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GAMBIA ISSUED ARREST WARRANT FOR SEDIA BAYO

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SIDIA BAYO

Jammeh wanted Mr Sidia Bayo for assaulting his business friend but is that all!

A magistrate Court in the Gambian Capital, Banjul, has approved an arrest warrant for the arrest of the supposed leader of the National Transitional Council of the Gambia (NTCG), Monsieur Sedia Bayo, yesterday 25 November 2014, for allegedly assaulting Gambian business tycoon, Mr Amadou Samba.

The order to arrest Mr Bayo was ordered following an application by the police prosecutor’s office for Mr Bayo to be arrested and brought to the court to answer two counts of assaults against Mr Samba. The presiding Magistrate Mr Samsideen granted the said application as

Yanks Dabo @ November 26, 2014

MOMODOU SABALLY FINALLY GRANTED BAIL – AT A GREAT COST

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Ex - SG Momodou Sabally

Ex – SG Momodou Sabally

A High Court Judge in The Gambia had yesterday, 25 November 2014, granted bail to the former Secretary General and Minister of Presidential Affairs, Momodou Sabally, at the tune of D1.5 Million bond. Momodou sabally, who was arrested and detained for more than four months, is also expected to surrender all his travel documents to prevent him from fleeing the jurisdiction of the Gambia.

Justice Emmanuel Amandi stated that the former SG is responsible man, who had served the country with commitment and had no doubt that he will respect and fulfill the terms and conditions attached

Yanks Dabo @ November 26, 2014

32 Gambian Refugees Facing Possible Removal from Malta

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One of the detainees in cuffs

One of the detainees in cuffs

A group of Gambian refugees currently at a detention camp in Malta are still at a risk of deportation despite public outcry over the past couple of months. If readers could recall the brutal regime of the Gambia struck a deal with the Maltese government to repatriate Gambians in detention camps in Malta some months ago. This deal caught international attention because of the appalling human rights situation in the Gambia. Gambians in the diaspora started confronting the Maltese government on their decision to return these Gambians; citing fears of possible torture, extrajudicial executions, and disappearance without trace.

Landing Nyassi @ November 24, 2014

PRESIDENT JAMMEH SCONDERS SALARIES AND BENEFITS OF TAIPEI EMBASSY STAFF

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THE OAF THAT NEVER HEEDS

THE OAF THAT NEVER HEEDS

“The Gambian Embassy in Taipei left an indelible bad image as it hurriedly and unceremoniously nullified diplomatic relation its host nation”, a Taipei source informed Kibaaro News.  Long serving staff of the mission were neither paid their salaries nor compensated for their services to the Gambia government. The Jammeh regime still owes them several months’ salaries and benefits. To the chagrin of the former embassy staff, Jammeh makes them feel it is their fault that their salaries are not paid and the marriage of convenience between Banjul and Taipei dissolved unceremoniously.

“For example, the private secretary to

Sulayman Jeng @ November 24, 2014

DEATH IN THE FAMILY

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THE LATE BAKARY JADAMA

THE LATE BAKARY JADAMA

“Surely we belong to Allan and to Him we shall return”, reminds us of death that we all await. It is with regret that Sulayman Jadama of Bristol, UK and the entire Jadama family in the Gambia, Europe and America announce the dead of a brother, uncle and son-Bakary Jadama in Sicily, Italy. This sad event took place on Saturday 22nd November 2014.

Bakary Jadama, who was born in 2nd February 1983, hailed from Farafenni in the North Bank Region. The news is extended to all Gambians around the world. The family is kindly soliciting financial assistance to repatriate

Sulayman Jeng @ November 24, 2014

CUTTING THE BRANCHES BEFORE BRINGING DOWN THE TREE

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Sulayman Jeng

Sulayman Jeng

CHOPPING DOWN A 20 YEAR OLD TREE

CHOPPING DOWN A 20 YEAR OLD TREE

“This ‘struggle’ needs a rethink and a new direction, but the egos are too big for our own good and the interests are too multifaceted”, charged Bax as he reacts to comments on Ebrima G Sankareh’s article captioned “Amadou Samba Saga a Gambian predicament” on kaironews.com. In his opinion, anyone who opposes President Jammeh becomes a hero regardless the person’s history and anyone who chooses to manifest the slightest association with Jammeh despites the person’s history becomes a prey for

Sulayman Jeng @ November 22, 2014

A REFLECTION OF 20 DESPICABLE YEARS OF JAMMEH’S MISRULE

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BABUCARR DARBOE

BABUCARR DARBOE

GAMBIA'S DELUSIONAL LEADER

GAMBIA’S DELUSIONAL LEADER

Dislodging a sitting government, the 1994 coup d’état, translated to a cynical assault on Gambia’s democratic governance and culture. Overtime, the junta arrogantly disregarded the rule of law, which for a decade was a Gambian enviable norm. Constitutionalism and its fundamental principles of separation of powers reinforced by the independence of the judiciary were systematically and practically scrapped by a dictatorial regime which promised us accountability, transparency and probity. The fundamental principles of good governance enshrined in our constitution and way of life is replaced with a one

Sulayman Jeng @ November 21, 2014