This is the issue all Gambians are discussing. The Coalition of eight stakeholders chose to hold a convention and elect an independent candidate to stand in the presidential election. President Barrow had to resign from his Continue reading
Arrests in the public service may take place after auditing exercise or the delivery of the report of a commission of inquiry. The executive exercises power by establishing a commission of inquiry to look into matters of public interest. Continue reading
Dear readers! You are highly welcome to yet another edition of your weekly column “Disability does not mean inability”. In today’s edition, we feature the speech of the Country Director of World Food Programme (WFP), Madam Vitoria Ginja, in Celebration International School Meals Day for the first time in the Gambia. Continue reading
A warm welcome to this week’s edition of your favourite Column ‘Disability does not mean inability’. In today’s edition, we bring a report on a training workshop designed to sensitise and positively influence attitudinal change among community members towards technical and vocational training (TVET); to encourage youths to take up TVET as sustainable livelihood and to exhibit potentials in persons with Disabilities in order to promote inclusion particularly in TVET. Read on. Continue reading
A Japanese journalist Kenji Goto has met his death in the hands of his
abductors. What is his crime? Which court tried him?
What type of justice are his abductors propagating as example for Continue reading