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WHY PRESIDENT JAMMEH WATCHES GAMBIANS DIE AT SEA

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Pata PJ- "Yaya Jammeh DOES NOT CARE if half of the country’s youth raced out of that country to never come back"

Pata PJ- “Yaya Jammeh DOES NOT CARE if half of the country’s youth raced out of that country to never come back”

Alarming Statisitics

Alarming Statistics

By Pata PJ

Every day, scores of lives perish in the deserts and the Mediterranean Sea. Hardly does a day go by that you do not read about Gambians dying trying to make it to Europe through the ‘Back Way’. It is devastating. However, none of what has been happening all these years but

Landing Nyassi @ April 24, 2015

Macky takes the bull by the horn

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 Author : Fatou Jaw Manneh

Author : Fatou Jaw Manneh

By Fatou Jaw Manneh

Or is it Macky tackles the elephant in the room? Go Macky, Go Macky, Go Macky. Bravo. Macky Sall in Cassamance. Aiwa! Came as a surprise to many SeneGambians. It is past time. What a relief!!! This is the best move and a very bold one. Congratulations Macky. Cassamance cannot be ignored. A rich land for cultivation and a very popular tourist hub and destination for Senegal. Why shun them? It is about time Dakar catches up with the Cassamance region, open up genuine discussions and (yes!) the railway indeed is welcome news for

Landing Nyassi @ April 23, 2015

Ya Binta’s Death Could Have Been Avoided

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Author: Sainey Sisay

Author: Sainey Sisay

By Sainey Sisay

The recent reported killing by the Gambian Security Forces of an innocent Gambian citizen called  Ya Binta Jarju, had left me wondering whether our security forces are really aware of their duties and responsibilities to our civilian population. There is no doubt in my mind that the role of every national security force is to provide security to its citizens and properties. 

However, if a national security force turns against the very people, they took the oath to protect, then one wonders whether that force can be called or described as a national security force. In essence the Gambian security forces are professionally

Landing Nyassi @ April 22, 2015

UDP CONVOY EMPTIES JAMMEH’S CLOSETS TO THE COUNTRY

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UDP CONVOY ON TOUR

UDP CONVOY ON TOUR

UDP CONVOY ON TOUR AROUND THE COUNTRY

AROUND THE COUNTRY

Three days after three days of Jammeh’s desperate efforts to derail their countrywide tour; the UDP convoy – which included the party leader, Lawyer Ousainou Darboe – have finally reached many towns and villages of the rural Gambia, bringing with them messages, which the Gambian Dictator had visited darkest planets of the universe to starve Gambians from.

The Dictator had not only censored the state media from informing Gambians about his ineptitude, but also suppressed the private media into self-censorship

Yanks Dabo @ April 22, 2015

UK GAMBIANS GEAR UP FOR A PROTEST MARCH ON SATURDAY, APRIL 25

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LONDON DEMONSTRATORS

LONDON DEMONSTRATORS

Gambians in United Kingdom are set to stage an anti-dictator Yahya Jammeh protest in London on, Saturday 25 April 25th 2015, at Trafalgar square, London. The event is aim at commemorating “the 15th anniversary of one of the darkest days in Gambian history: the student massacre of April 2000.  On April 10 11 2000, the Jammeh regime opened fire on students who were peacefully protesting the rape of a 14-year-old student and the death of another at the hands of state security agents. By the 11th, a total of fourteen students were killed, including 6 young children. To this day, no one has been

Yanks Dabo @ April 22, 2015

Africa and the ‘back way’ migration phenomenon

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Author: D.A Jawo

Author: D.A Jawo

By D. A. Jawo

It is really heart-rending to hear news of deaths virtually on a daily basis of young Africans on the high seas while trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean Sea. While many analysts have tried to give reasons for such tragedies falling on Africa’s most valuable future assets; the young people, with many of them heaping the blame on Europe for not welcoming African immigrants, but that is just half the story.

While the European attitude towards immigration from Africa is an important factor in the equation, but the poor governance environment and the wanton mismanagement of Africa’s human and material resources

Landing Nyassi @ April 20, 2015

GAMBIA ON THE BRINK: THE UDP CONVOY STANDOFF

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Senior Gambian Police IG meeting with the UDP Convoy on Saturday

Senior Gambian Police IG Sowe meeting with the UDP convoy on Saturday confirmed that his bosses will now issue the UDP convoy a permit to continue their tour on Monday. But do they need a permit to proceed – We examine in this editorial.

The arbitrary obstruction of a convoy of the Gambia’s main opposition political party, United Democratic Party (UDP) and its leader at Fass Njagga Choi, by Gambian Security forces, which had extended to more than 72hrs on Sunday, April 19, has once again evince a clear manifestation of the Gambian Dictator’s wanton disregard of the country’s

Yanks Dabo @ April 19, 2015