The new National Assembly had a shaky start with debates on whether or not the proclamation of the president should be published in the Gazette to give it the force of law and whether it was necessary for members to first Continue reading
24 April 1970 is the birthday of the republic. Between 18 February 1965 and 24 April 1970 The Gambia was a constitutional monarchy. It had the right to self-determination and independence and did not exercise the right to free itself from being under the rule of the queen of England who was still represented in the country by a Continue reading
Jammeh’s properties appear to be guarded by Gambian security forces. The way the political impasse came to an end in The Gambia is somewhat miraculous. This is why some people tend to forget what had really happened. Continue reading
The Tranquil problem has been lingering on for a long time now and wisdom will oblige the two governments who now have a cordial relation resolve the problem once and for all as the resident has urged. Continue reading
President Barrow took over the helm of affairs of this country on 19 January 2017. Today is 19 April 2017 three months and running. He was elected based on a manifesto he campaigned on.
Below are some of the commitments made for reform: Continue reading