REPUBLIC OF THE GAMBIA PRIVATE Office of The President State House Banjul THE GAMBIA _____________________________________________________________________________ 17th August , 2017 PR/C/213/(ABS) President Barrow swears in two new Judicial Service commissioners Fajara 17 August 2017- President Adama Barrow has sworn in two new members of The Gambia’s Judicial Service Commission. Former National
Firstly, Mr President, allow me to commend IGP Kinteh for his brilliant interview on GTRS on Friday. Undoubtedly, he did rise and shine in all his answers. Watching him drizzles flashes of a hopeful future for the Police under his supervision if he remains bold, steadfast and true to his
A heavy downpour of rain accompanied by heavy winds have caused unprecedented destruction of homes, food stocks and other properties in our hometown of Bureng in the Lower River Region of The Gambia. In the immediate aftermath of this widespread destruction, the leadership and members of the Bureng Association
A Media Release from the Office of the President, State House, Banjul, The Gambia PR/C/153/(ABS), 16th April, 2017, explained President Adama Barrow’s recent visit to Congo, as a friendly visit. The release states: “President Barrow made Friendly visit to Brazaville, Republic of Congo. His Excellency President Adama Barrow, accompanied by some
By Lamin Sabally- Minneapolis Gambians in Minnesota have turned out in their large numbers last Saturday March 4th to mark the country’s 52ND Independence Anniversary celebrations. Organized by the Leadership of the Gambian Association in Minnesota, the event was also attended by Presidents and executive members of sister West African
The musical jamboree of Gambia @52 two in one celebration dotted by match pass of the security forces, school children and civil societies submerged Gambians into a euphoric trance of reassuring peace, tranquillity, contentment and hopefulness. Conversely, beneath all that glittering fanfare lays three deaths and dozens wounded as a
By Saikou Jammeh It was, after all, going to be an easy ride to State House. Anyone who doubted this did not see what Yaya Jammeh saw. Senegal-led Ecowas troops arrived at the gates of the palaces after taking command of key military barracks and security installations across the country.