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Fatoumatta: Ethics and moral aside, If I am ever in public office and I get sick, don’t take me abroad for treatment. Let me die here, in the Gambia, in facilities I neglected or fixed. Crass manipulation,...

Am very worried about the recent signing of a bilateral agreement between The Gambia and our sister Republic of Senegal. I don’t want to delude the Gambian public because am not an expert...

I agree with most of their recommendations and it is a great contribution to strengthen and entrench our newly achieved democratic victory over a tenacious and callous dictatorship which tormented a major...

Authorities in the Gambia are questioning a group of security officers of the State Intelligence Service (SIS) formerly National Intelligence Agency (NIA) who were arrested last weekend in connection...

 The Constitution of The Gambia is about to be put under the surgeon’s knife (Amended) without pointing out the Cause of its flaws; not its’ Symptoms. The Attorney General of the Ministry of Justice...

Over the past several days, I have read with concern some of the stories about Gambian deportees returning from the United States. I would like to clear up some misunderstandings and provide more information...

Fatoumatta: The ongoing resident doctors strike in the country has taken a new dimension with doctors taking to social networking sites to air their grievances. In the process they have forged a discussion...

Fatoumatta: One criticism of the members of the Association of Resident Doctors strike has been that doctors are bound to a set of responsibilities under the Hippocratic Oath, and that their work is a...

These are not good times for the Gambian media. Most people I know have formed an irrevocable impression that it’s become pusillanimous. Where once newspapers, radio stations boasted of challenging...

Democracy Watch Gambia Tuesday published a list of recommendations it wants to be included in the amended constitution of the Gambia. The Gambia’s Ministry of Justice is currently reviewing the country’s...