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By Democracy Watch Gambia The BBC documentary “Bringing Down Jammeh” depicts a very important period in the history of our nation, events which more often than not and for various reasons are...

They say that it takes a village to raise a child. But to raise a dictator and groom him for more than two decades in national leadership: that takes a whole nation. It takes a whole nation to remember,...

There are reasons to celebrate the “July 22 Revolution” and remember President Yahya Jammeh in a simple way. This may be with national prayers in churches and mosques to heal and reconcile a divided...

Dr Omar Janneh In November 2016, seven opposition parties finally did the admirable thing which they could not do for some years. They came together and formed a coalition that ended some 22 years of...

Former President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia has vehemently rejected  rape allegations against him by a former beauty queen, with a statement from his party saying the accusations are part of a smear...

An opposition leader in the Gambia has expressed his frustration at the failure of President Adama Barrow’s government to immortalise the memories of pro-democracy activists who made the ultimate...

An opposition leader in the Gambia has warned the government of Adama Barrow to desist from all forms of brutality against the opposition. Lawyer Ousainou Darboe of the United Democratic Party (UDP),...

When President Barrow assumed office in January 19, 2017, most Gambians looked up to him as the miracle man, the Moses, comparing to Queen Esther, the Messiah and the saviour who would help to straighten...

President Adama Barrow of the Gambia will serve the constitutionally mandated five-year term in office and will defy pressure from his opponents and activists to call early elections, Tourism Minister...

Thousands of Gambians are lining the streets of Brikama, capital of West Coast Region, to welcome President Adama Barrow, who will address a mass political rally. The meeting is organised by the president’s...