By Aja Musu Bah Daffeh
Alieu Momarr Njai, the Chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission has described Elections as a great challenge for the media and thus the need for journalists to know the election laws. He stressed that journalists must report fairly on all candidates noting that the media should be the voice of the voters and to crown it all, they must adhere to professional standards of accuracy, impartiality and responsibility. Continue reading
By MUHAMMED S. BAH
Babucarr Njie is confirmed as the soldier who was arrested in possession of a gun at the King Fahd Mosque in Banjul last Friday, 10 February, where President Adama Barrow was expected to perform his ‘Juma’ prayers.
Yaya Drammeh, the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) Public Relations Officer (PRO), who confirmed the name to Continue reading
By Sulayman Bah
Former Scorpions’ forward Alagie Sosseh is aiming to get signed to a club prior to start of the season as he trials with Dalkurd, Foroyaa Sport can report.
The 30-year-old goal-getter is a free agent after failing to sign a revised contract with IK Frej, a club in the second tier in Sweden. Continue reading
According to section 76(1) of the constitution the president of the republic possesses executive power:
“The executive power of The Gambia is vested in the President and, subject to this Constitution, shall be exercised by him or her directly or through the Vice-President, Ministers or officers responsible to him or her.” Continue reading
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Who is behind the closure of radio stations?
One would have thought that the existence of an incoming and outgoing government president would inject a spirit of neutrality in all the agents of the state so that public service would be devoid of party allegiances and consideration.
Radio stations are meant to cover the views of all sides of the political spectrum. Continue reading