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Gambians are very good at debating morality and very bad at reaching any conclusions about it. In an ethically relative society like ours, all manner of moral felons — corporate criminals, drug peddlers,...

Nah, not Baa to blame. The buck stays on the President’s desk, the one who, by the stroke of his pen, granted the pardon to a convicted paedophile and a rapist. It was his power to exercise, to...

As the fallout over the pardoning of a Norwegian Paedophile in the Gambia continues, the country’s Attorney General has denied recommending his release to the president. Abubacarr Tambadou said the...

On August 20/21, 2018, the Ministry of Justice announced the names of the 11 individuals intended to be appointed by the President as Commissioners of The Gambia’s TRRC. The public were invited to submit...

This article is an excerpt from the book Get Money: A Practical Guide to Capital Raising for African Companies and Entrepreneurs, by Mansur Nuruddin, managing partner of MNCapital Africa Advisors (MNCAA),...

After many months of waiting for the other shoe to drop, Gambians finally heard President Barrow announce his readiness to fight for re-election. Silent majority of Gambians would have been relieved had...

“President George Weah went back to school. George Weah went back to books, George Weah went back to learning”. “Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is tragedy. Ignorance is devastation. Ignorance...

President Adama Barrow of the Gambia has come under fire for rewarding a Norwegian paedophile who was serving time for fiddling six Gambian children with an early release. Svein Åge Sandåker was given...

A President who is democratically elected to serve all Gambians shouldn’t use his good office and/or influence to promote any religion in the midst of others particularly in The Gambia – a...

The Gambia’s TRRC seems to be turning into a conflicted Commission because the Executive seems totally determined to continue to display total disregard to even the problematicTRRC Act, 2017 they constructed. We...