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This write-up was published last February and is most relevant in our conversations today since the British Prime Minister Theresa May reiterated the position of the EU and United States saying criminalizing...

Classical Case of Mayor Pa Sallah Jeng versus The Minister of Local Govt and Lands (Revisited) All that has been said about the nature and extent of formal democratic governance in the First Republic...

The elitist nature of political parties, call it pluralism if you like, is the 419, the indescribable fraudster. It typifies the classic “monkeys sweat and sacrifice and baboons share the booty...

While we are painfully perplexed by the Barrow Government in still engaging Semlex, it is now beyond words that this Government would engage a dubious company like MGI! This is a company that colluded...

April is The Gambia’s Dark Month, the month of horror, brutality, man’s inhumanity to fellow beings, State betrayal, wanton and mindless destruction of innocent lives, indescribable apathy...

“Anyone who has had their human rights violated has a right to have the violation remedied” And the State, as the primary duty bearer, has the obligation to remedy the violation. It doesn’t...

Today marks 18 years when 16 Gambian children and a Red Cross volunteer were gunned to death by the security forces of the Gambia on the orders of the civilian authorities of the time led by Yaya Jammeh. The...

‘Roaming the night’s streets’ stuck in my mind since high school is this passage which I memorized during our study of Alex la Guma’s “A Walk in the Night.” “I am thy...

Fatoumatta: Why must Gambian remember April 10/11, 2000 Student Massacre with a National Day of Prayers: So, no one will ever again have to lose their lives, something that has happened decades ago with...

“Gardens are not made by singing ‘Oh, how beautiful!’ and sitting in the shade.” R. Kipling The billboards erected around town by the Gambia Police Force to fight bribery of the Police...