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THE UGLY BENEATH BEAUTY

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BABUCARR DARBOE

BABUCARR DARBOE

“I don’t pay attention to politics…” some Gambians would excuse their irresponsibility but it”…is one of the most ignorant statements a person can make. If you allow people in your government to commit crimes in your name without questioning their actions you are just as guilty as they are,” a maxim cautions. Moreover, if you don’t take interest in politics, politics always takes interest in you. Politicians use you as their beast of burden just as President Jammeh is doing to Gambians now. For instance, when he enters into and signs loans agreement in the name of the Gambia, Gambian taxpayers pay

Sulayman Jeng @ October 25, 2014

Policy Failure is Largely Responsible for Collapse of Gambia Government under Jammeh

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SARJO BAYANG

SARJO BAYANG

*Sarjo Bayang seeks to raise the bar higher

Where systematic dispensation is lacking there human capital capability, efficiency and effectiveness can be seriously undermined. Optimal utilisation of policy instruments and good governance are key requirements for sustainable organisational development and institution building. Efficiency and effectiveness cannot be properly determined without having systems and performance measuring instruments in place to ensure maintenance of orderly dispensation. 

Dismantling the structures and abolishing systematic dispensation is the most visible evidence of failure when assessing proper governance for organisations, institutions, and businesses. This relates to the situation governance in Gambia. The same instruments become useful in

Sulayman Jeng @ October 25, 2014

A SPARK FOR THE REVOLUTION

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  A      POEM     FOR      CHRISTIANA      JATTA

OUSAINOU MBENGA

OUSAINOU MBENGA

                                                      By: Ousainou Mbenga

             A SPARK FOR THE REVOLUTION

With a spark of youthful arrogance, audacity, courage

Atop a defying confidence; you jolted GRTS into disbelieve

Mouths dropped, eyes popped and hearts raced

In awe to your fed – up bravery with calculated temerity

 

For once, GRTS ceased to be the idiot’s box of vanity

Reason begins to challenge willful ignorance

 

You rekindled the forgotten cry of past generations, that

Students are the spark of the revolution!

Your courage was contagious

Not a contagion to spread disease

Rather to spread revolutionary resistance.

 

From the opposite pole of stupidity

The dishonorable guest of tyranny

Blared his trumpet of chauvinism

“I don’t debate with women”

”You have a sickness”

 

In

Sulayman Jeng @ October 25, 2014

Fatou Jaw Manneh Speaks at Oslo Freedom Forum

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Fatou Jaw Manneh with GRACE Management Group Vice President @OsloFF

Fatou Jaw Manneh, journalist and activist was invited to  Oslo Freedom Forum 2014. The forum on defeating dictators lasted for 2 days, from  21st – 22nd October. The founder and  editor of maafanta online newspaper gave an oustanding speech on  Gambia’s Silenced Dissent in which she exposed numerous human rights violations in The Gambia. She also expounded on her arrest and long trial in 2007 by dictator Jammeh.  Below we reproduce the full speech of the journalist cum activist at Oslo Freedom Forum.

I am a refugee, currently living in Arizona, USA. I have lived in America for more than

Landing Nyassi @ October 24, 2014

Gambian Scholars Converge to Grace IAC Norway’s Gamo cum Seminar

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L-R Imam Ebrahim Touray, Imam Ebrahim Saidy, Imam Seedy Ali Janneh and Oustaza Gas Lowe Njie at Gamo cum Seminar

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Some of the participants at the Gamo

Gambian Scholars in Scandinavia converged on Saturday, 18th of October 2014 to grace a “Gamo” – Seminar organized by The Inter African Committee(IAC) in Norway, an organization that seeks to unlock the potential of minority women and Children. The theme of the seminar was: Imams, Men and Youths As agents of Change. The scholars who grace the event are ; kibaaro’s own Imam Seedy Ali Janneh based in Goteborg, Oustaza Gas

Landing Nyassi @ October 20, 2014

“WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, THE TOUGH ALSO GETS GOING!” SAYS SADDAM

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LAMIN SADDAM SANYANG

LAMIN SADDAM SANYANG

To give up is acknowledging self-defeat. Furthermore, a maxim has it that a person who tries and fails is far more progressive than the one who would not try for fear of failure. Therefore, folks, I call on you to remain steadfast and never give up the struggle/resistance against the dictatorship and tyranny we are combating.  There is a bright light at the end of the tunnel besides; we are already on a winning side. The days of President Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh are numbered; let no one fool you about it. He knows that we all know that he knows his days are

Sulayman Jeng @ October 20, 2014

Pa Modou Ann for Osseo (MN) School Board

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Pa Modou Ann

Pa Modou Ann

By Yero Jallow, Minnesota (U.S).

 

I write to endorse Pa Modou Ann for the Osseo School District Board of Minnesota (U.S), the local election of which is slated for November 4th 2014. As an acquaintance and neighbor to Ann, I am endorsing him for the Osseo School Board. I am asking all of you to give him your vote and be rest assured he can make the big difference in seeing a brighter future for our children. A power within our hands is to exercise our democratic rights in seeing representation at all levels, to which the Osseo School Board is a part of.

Sulayman Jeng @ October 20, 2014