June is the final month for the preparation of a farming season. The government must not have agriculture wrong. This is the foundation of food security and the purchasing power of the farming community. It is therefore Continue reading
QUESTION OF THE DAY
WHAT DOES GOVERNMENT HAVE IN STORE FOR DEPORTEES?
“No more backway” was the slogan that some young people coined as they expressed hope of living a better life in a new Gambia. However as many young people are arriving in The Gambia after deportation many are beginning to question what a new Gambia has for them.
Concerted effort must be made to offer them options. They should not just be left without anyone to look after them. Foroyaa will be taking initiatives to follow up their cases to find out what their country has for them after they are shown that they are not wanted elsewhere.
Ms Jojo Huang of Golden Lead told Foroyaa on Saturday that it is incorrect to say that their company dumps fish in the sea or anywhere, whether in Gunjur or elsewhere. She emphasized that their company is in no way responsible for the spoilt fish on the beaches and roadsides of Gunjur. Ms Jojo Huang, the daughter of the Continue reading
BY: Kebba AF Touray, reporting from Gunjur fishing center
Fisher folks in Gunjur have expressed their views on the large amount of fish found on its beaches and roadsides.
Musa Jammeh, a fisher folk at the center explained that the cause of fish dumping on the said beach was due to the following reasons: Continue reading
By Yankuba Jallow
Halifa Sallah, dilated on the importance of good foreign policies, at a recent public lecture he gave at the University of the Gambia, School of Journalism and Digital Media, on Friday, 19th May, 2017. Mr. Sallah asserted that good foreign policies enable the free movement of persons, goods and services.
He said Foreign Policies require instruments and institutions that will guide its formulation and implementation. Continue reading