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Abdoulie John, Our Banjul Correspondent

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(JollofNews) – The Commission of Inquiry set up by Gambia government to probe into the assets tied to the exiled former Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh is coming across a series of troubling revelations...

(JollofNews) – President Adama Barrow of the Gambia Thursday laid the foundation stone of an International Conference Center (ICC) estimated to cost US$50 Million dollar  in Bijilo, some 9 km away...

(JollofNews) – Gambia’s minister of the Interior, Mai Ahmad Fatty, has buttressed the importance of the security reform initiated by Gambia government to overhaul a sector that had been turned by the...

(JollofNews) – As the battle for the soul of Kenyans will get another round, Henry Maina, Regional Director, ARTICLE 19, Eastern Africa gives his perspective on the upcoming elections scheduled...

Barely 24 hours after returning from his religious trip to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, President Adama Barrow of the Gambia has made a ground-breaking decision in renouncing the title of “Alhaji”...

(JollofNews) – The leader of one of the political parties in the Gambia’s coalition government has warned against the distortion of the coalition agreement which gave birth to the government of...

(JollofNews) – Gambia’s Information Minister Demba Ali Jawo has said the government will consider the three-child policy proposal that parliamentarians from Ecowas, Mauritania and Chad have...

(JollofNews) – Gambia’s Information Minister Demba Ali Jawo has debunked claims made by the CEO of Africa Petroleum, Jens Pace, that they still have exploration rights on blocks A1 and A4,...

(JollofNews) – Police in the Gambia have filed criminal charges against a group of private taxi drivers who were detained for staging a peaceful protest against the reduction of fares in the country. Sixty...

(JollofNews) – Gambia’s Immigration Chief Buba Sanyang has defended the removal of ‘homeless’ Senegalese children from the tiny West African nation. “Fifty seven youngters...