Author: Musa Saidykhan


Gambians Urged To Commit To National Interest

By Abdoulie John President Adama Barrow has urged Gambians to demonstrate commitment to national interest in making sure that they put the country first in carrying out their duties. “Together, we should rededicate ourselves to serving the national interest in all our engagements, and avoid all negative and selfish attitudes […]


President Barrow’s Saddest Day

President Adama Barrow has described the Faraba incident, which led to the killing of three civilians, as one of the “the saddest days” of his life. “We cannot afford a repetition of what used to obtain [to take place] in the new Gambia. Yesterday was the saddest day of my […]


Gambia: Fully Investigate Anti-Mining Protesters’ Deaths

Inquiry, Officers’ Arrests Positive First Steps The Gambian authorities should thoroughly investigate the alleged excessive use of force by police causing the deaths of two anti-sand mining demonstrators on June 18, 2018, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said today. The Gambian government should accelerate the reforms needed to ensure […]


Aren’t We Building The 3rd State-Party?

Aren’t We Building The 3rd State-Party? History says – YES! People’s Progressive Party (PPP) was our 1st Sate-Party. The party was synonymous to the state. The party uses the state resources to cultivate her support. That supposed support legitimizes their hang on to power for over 30 years. They literally […]


UDP Records Electoral Milestone

The United Democratic Party of Lawyer Ousainaou Darboe has once again recorded yet another political milestone in last night’s local government elections. The party has not only maintained its winning spree but it won big by conquering 7 of the 8 local government council leadership seats. Except Kuntaur Area where […]


NGM Bails Out Health Facilities

In a bid to contribute its quota to national development, New Gambia Movement (NGM) on Friday donated cartons of medical gloves to health centers in Serrekunda, Bakoteh and Sukuta. The move is part of the Heal the Family Project, geared towards working with health facilities and international organizations to address […]


More Diplomats Storm Gambia

The election of President Adama Barrow has turned Banjul into a flurry of diplomatic activities as diplomats continue to present their letters of credentials to the Gambian leader. The latest diplomats to present their letters were Shigero Omori of Japan, Binta Kane–Cisse of Mali, Dr Mathias Harebamungu of Rwanda and Daniel […]