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Jollof News Online Appeals For Help

Lady Dove(JollofNews) – The management of Gambia’s online newspaper, JollofNews, is seeking support for the up keep and maintenance of its website.

The newspaper which was established in 2010 by exiled Gambian journalists as an alternative news source for Gambians both in the Gambia and Diaspora is facing the prospect of being taken offline due to lack of finances.

Yusupha Cham, managing editor and publisher of JollofNews, said since its establishment, JollofNews was financed and maintained solely by its editorial team who are also studying for their university degrees in the United Kingdom.Lady Dove

“However, as part of our desire to expand the coverage of this precious medium as well as to provide objective news to our readers, we need help,” he said.

Mr Cham added: “We currently owe our host some maintenance fee and without help, we will soon be taken offline.”  

Donations can be made directly on the newspaper’s PayPal account. Alternatively, those wishing to donate anonymously can contact the management of JollofNews on +44 (0) 7400130000.

Management

Contributors:

  1. Mike Scales
  2. Papierre
  3. Anonymous
  4. Aunty Yama
  5. M Ahmed
  6. Amadou Dibba

 

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+1 #19 2013-06-26 16:11
Comme l'hirondelle.

Un son dans
l'immensité,
un souffle de
poésie où la
neige disparaît
avec la douceur
d'une rime
fugitive.

Francesco Sinibaldi
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-9 #18 2013-06-07 11:48
Da Cyber warriors...are taking a comfort break...
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-10 #17 2013-06-04 19:32
..and so you want to change the world...



To those who uphold free speach and are prepared to pay for it.

God Bless You !!! each and all.

The loudest voices have no legs.
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+6 #16 2013-05-13 01:11
Aunty Yama, Thanks for the donation...
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-3 #15 2013-05-11 22:08
Don't waste your time talking politics. See how a Gambian poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accidented cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS .COM) to see the various methods and companies she was using(ACCIDENTE DCARS .COM). A simple idea but who knew it before. WAKE UP AFRICANS. Don't waste your time talking politics.
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-12 #14 2013-05-11 10:50
PaPierre..

I don't think Jammeh will make the same mistakes as Gaddafi.

Neither do I think Jammeh will go to sleep on the job like Jawara.

I mean to say..Jammeh don't need to spend millions with Satchi and Satchi..on PR like Margaret Thatcher.

Jammeh got his own...firey brand of combatant rhetoric for every occaision.

For those who don't like it...he gives them a choice...

Dats his brand of democracy.

72% of the electorate like it.

I bet David Cameron would like those approval ratings
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+1 #13 2013-05-11 01:31
Quoting Mike Scales:
talkers and walkers.

So much for the loud talkers who are not very good walkers.

God Bless the editors and the risks you take for your humanity...you deserve better.


Mike, there is a reason why i tell people that Jammeh was indeed a risk taker.
If u cast your mind back, u would realise that Ex-pres Jawara was returning from a month long trip abroad on thursday july 23rd, 94.
At the airport, jammeh n his men waited to welcome the pres. instead, they were disarmed..from this point, they knew they would be captured. but they defied the odds n went with their planned coup the next day, taking the bull by the horns..
today, jammeh not only talk the talk, he does it erratically as if he fears no consequences. he is a gambian example of talk the talk n walk the walk
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-10 #12 2013-05-10 11:46
talkers and walkers.

So much for the loud talkers who are not very good walkers.

God Bless the editors and the risks you take for your humanity...you deserve better.
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+1 #11 2013-05-08 15:51
Una dulce poesía.

En el candor
de la fuente
la nueva
sensación que
cándida regresa
como el llanto
de la noche.

Francesco Sinibaldi
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+4 #10 2013-05-08 12:45
Quoting JollofNews Editor:
b4Africa, please read our comment policy below if this has eludes you.
Thanks for your respond.
I,myself had onetime refered you to your comment policy when one commentator called "gambian" was using tribalist comment against Halifa whilst my words like "vampire" or my entire comments were deleted for using a "fake name".In your comment policy there is nothing like "fake names" and i don`t think my words like "vampire" represent your opinion,that´s why i felt unfairly treated/victimised at that time.
I still thank you for allowing me to speak my mind in my own words as long as they(my words/my name)are not violating your comment policy.

Halifa is an individual but his reports provide us political schooling which i think will do good for this forum,that is the only reason i am begging you for a space.
Again, thanks for your time to respond.
Your progress is mine,wish you all the best.
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