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By Alagi Yorro Jallow I have always believed that high achievers among the Gambians like Mrs. Harriet Ndow are our unpaid global ambassadors. Despite the small size of the Gambia, the image our country...

Gambian, care to Listen to a pertinent sermon from Pope Francis? “Power is like gin in an empty stomach. You get drunk, feel dizzy, lose your balance – and hurt those around you”. As...

(Jollofnews)- If the Gambia is to remain strong into the future, we must—as a nation—regain our self-reliance and pride and urge President Barrow to declare youth unemployment a national disaster,...

(JollofNews)- 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...

(JollofNews)- Let’s not confuse our fluency in English for our brilliance of thought and acting smart as a trait being an exemplary leader. An exemplary leader never wants to be the smartest person...

(JollofNews) – Let us make election conversations meaningful, where development is felt, where impact matters and where people can attest that their lives are changing for the better. In this new...

(JollofNews) – A former Gambian newspaper editor has called for the immediate and unconditionall release of a local journalists who was picked up a few days ago by police. Baboucarr Nani Sey, is...

(JollofNews) – The Official Secrets Act (OSA) of 1922 obstructs the participation of society as it shields information from the public by means of criminalizing whistleblowers and journalists who...

(JollofNews) – Democracy in the digital era and the threat to Privacy and Individual Freedoms highlights the need for democratic oversight and transparency. Whistleblowers play a crucial role in...

 (JollofNews) – Off with his nose to spite his face: “Cutting off the nose to spite the face” is an expression used to describe a needlessly self-destructive over-reaction to a problem:...