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Media Tycoon Caught Pants Down??

Dear Readers, We have heard rumours that a famous Gambian media tycoon has been nabbed, apparently by a Private Investigator hired by the long-suffering wife. The Watchman would be grateful if readers in the know (or even the PI or the wife) can tell more. Or even send us photos. […]

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House of Humour part 1

A man caught his dissatisfied wife revealing their deeply marital secret to her friend in a family basement. What she didn’t however know was that the tiptoeing husband was hiding, and consuming everything. The patient husband waited until the wife had vomited everything in her heart before he raised an […]

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MADNESS @ UTG??

Thank you, “former UTG employee” wishing to “inform the world about dubious activities of Dr Omar Jah and his camp at UTG”. The Watchman is indeed here to expose “dubious activities” at our institutions to ensure public trust is maintained. Your allegations against the UTG can be summarised as follows:- […]

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EU: ‘Get Tough On Gambia’

A Member of the European Parliament wants the European Union to shine spotlight on the appalling human rights situation in the Gambia. Jean Lambert, a representative of the Green Party, made the call ahead of next week’s EU-Africa partnership summit in Brussels. Lambert’s comments followed a similar by the former […]

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PPP Counts 30-Year Blessings

The Coordinator of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has reminded Gambians about the ousted regime’s blessings. In a write published verbatim, Omar Amadou Jallow believed this was necessary to put the record straight for the benefit of all, particularly the younger Gambians. PPP (30) YEARS DEVELOPMENT ACCOMPLISHMED IN THE GAMBIA […]

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Join the Struggle or Step Aside

After reading his writing, I am beginning this wonder if Mr. Lamin Darbo is not of such persons who could not stand meaningful progress by any Gambian or Gambian groups.  It seems instead of contributing to our Gambian struggle, Mr. Darbo prides himself in negative criticism of anything resembling Gambian […]

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CORDEG’s Utterly Blurred Vision

By Lamin J Darbo Its leadership is almost entirely Diaspora-based, with some absent from The Gambia for two, maybe three decades. Under Professor Jammeh’s Constitution, none of those leaders are qualified to contest any public elections slated for 2016/17. Outside the cyber political world, the organisation and its leadership are […]

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GDAG Engages Thione Seck

The Gambia Democratic Action Group (GDAG) has written to Senegalese musician Thione Seck, informing him about the state of affairs in the Gambia where citizens continue to live in tyranny. Below is the letter signed by GDAG Chairman Mr. Alkali Conteh: To:  The Honorable Thione Seck From:  Gambia Democratic Action […]

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CORDEG Finally Reveals Its Goals

Committee for the Restoration of Democracy to the Gambia (CORDEG) has finally shared its Vision and Mission Statements to the public, stressing its willingness to work tirelessly with all Gambians and the International Community to “address the Gambia’s democratic deficit, social and economic inequities, critical to the realization of fundamental […]