Amnesty Gives Gambia Red Card

The UK-based human rights group has issued a red card to the Gambia government for its failure “to improve on its human rights situation.” Amnesty International (AI) says the West African country’s human rights situation has deteriorated since the Gambia’s first Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in 2010. “The government continues […]

Politics Society

Jammeh: Media Is Not Your Enemy

By Lamin Saddam Sanyang in The Netherlands The freedom of the media in the Gambia was seized on the 22nd of July 1994, when our democratic government was forcefully overthrown by President Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh and his bunch of criminals. From that day to date, so many rights, including those […]


GCC's Flexibility Is Undoubted

By Kebba Abdoulie Sanneh In the muddy waters of the asymmetrical Gambian politics on the ground and the current appearance of different diaspora organisations with their platforms outlining their goals, strategy and calculative measures of the highest Machiavellian theories of undermining, destablising and ultimately bringing the regime of terror to […]