GCC REVAMPS EXECUTIVE TO MEET ONGOING CHALLENGES
The Gambia Consultative Council, in order to meet past and new challenges, has revamped its executive. In light of the recent resignation of a high profile member, Mr. Falai Baldeh, and the aborted effort to restore democracy and the rule of law in Gambia, the executive decided, after prolonged consultations, among members, to realign and revamp its executive, to effectively stand to the challenging test of the Gambia’s struggle for political change.
In light of this, the decision to involve and defer important, key decision-making, to a younger generation of both men and women, was unanimously agreed upon.
Yanks Dabo @ March 4, 2015
SORRY I INSULTED DICTATOR JAMMEH-THE SPITEFUL MONSTER
The equation in President Jammeh’s world is for the oppressed to reconcile with his oppressor, the oppressed must first apologise to his oppressor. As a consequent, the Gambian nonconformists in the diaspora must apologize to the Banjul spiteful monster for challenging his undesirable human rights record and bad policies. Well, some already had but the Wolof orated Jain nah boka judoo gauge why boo ku nyu chaffin. Therefore, if Dictator Jammeh and his house Gambian Negroes believe it is morally responsible for
Sulayman Jeng @ March 2, 2015
NDEY JAWARA OF KOMBO BRUFUT PASSES AWAY IN COVENTRY, UK
INNA LILLAAHI WA INNA ILAIHI RAJ’UN
Mr Lamin Jatta and Family regret to announce the unanticipated demise of a wife, sister and daughter Mrs Ndey Jawara. The late Ndey Jawara hailed from Brufut, Kombo North district and resided at Coventry, West Midlands until her demise. This heart-breaking event occurred on Saturday 28 February 2015 at the Coventry hospital.
Arrangements are been made to repatriate Ndey Jawara’s body to the Gambia for fitting funeral rites. Gambians and friends of the Gambia in both Europe and America are urged to donate generously for the repatriation. All contributions and donations which
Sulayman Jeng @ March 1, 2015
TOY BOY BECOMES STUCK INSIDE HIS MARRIED LOVER AFTER SUFFERING ‘PENIS CAPTIVUS’ DURING SEX
BY TED THORNHIL
Police had to be called in to restore order after a crowd gathered to see a cheating wife and her lover locked together during sex after the rumour spread that her husband had asked a witch doctor to put a curse on her private parts. And although medical experts say the embarrassing experience was more likely a case of ‘penis captivus’, in which the woman’s vagina had contracted too much and trapped the man’s penis, they were unable to stop the rumour and the mob had quickly assembled.
Local media said
Sulayman Jeng @ February 28, 2015
NAWEC STAFFS COMPLAIN OF MALTREATMENT AT BRIKAMA POWER PLANT
An anonymous whistle blower working with the National Water and Electricity Company (Nawec) has written to Kibaaro News’ editorial email complaining of maltreatment of staffs by foreign based administrators of the Brikama plant. The writer, who begged for anonymity, confirmed that he worked for the Brikama power plant: “Let me introduce myself. I am a staff of Nawec working at the Brikama 1 power station.”
He alleged that “there are some unfortunate things happening at the power station”, which he wishes to bring to the attention of the Nawec management and the Gambian President Yahya Jammeh. “Please publish this story
Yanks Dabo @ February 27, 2015
HON. OMAR A. JALLOW (OJ) 50TH INDEPENDENCE INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS
By: PPP Media
Hon. OJ had a series of Online Radio interviews on Gainako and Freedom radios on the week of February 18th, 2015, to commemorate Gambia’s 50th Independence anniversary. The purpose of the interview blitz was to set the records straight, comparatively, and to give the fitting tribute to our Independence heroes. The AFPRC junta and Dictator Yahya Jammeh have spent 20 years minimizing and downplaying our attainment of independence from British colonial rule. The PPP under the leadership of Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara fought and attained independence with its coalition partners. They did this with
Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015
THE PROMISE OF TRUE INDEPENDENCE REMAINS ELUSIVE UNDER JAMMEH
As Gambia marks fifty years of political independence, CORDEG salutes the country’s founding fathers and people of Gambia for their vision, accomplishments and forbearance at this most difficult period in the country’s history. The immediate post-independence period and the first republic, in particular, had their share of challenges and lost opportunities. Yet, together they set the country on a trajectory of peace and development. Gambians should take pride in these accomplishments, and at the same time, must reflect on current and enduring national challenges.
For the most part, the promise of true independence has remained elusive, as Gambia and Gambians are today less secure than before
Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015