Should a ruling party with failed policies learn from the policies of an opposition party?

QUESTION OF THE DAY

Should a ruling party with failed policies learn from the policies of an opposition party?

It would be correct to say that Governance requires the cross fertilisation of ideas. Where government is failing it is duty bound to learn from other parties to manage the affairs of a country until it is removed from office. The people should also be able to Continue reading

Halifa Sallah writes to President Jammeh on Kartong THE FAILURE TO EMPLOY COMMUNITY POLICING STRATEGY IN KARTONG

THE FAILURE TO EMPLOY COMMUNITY POLICING STRATEGY IN KARTONG

High grade State administration depends on principles and strategic objectives not on individual whims and caprices. The Halifa 5development in Kartong does not appear to be a by-product of any political or criminal conspiracy. One doubts whether any had the premeditation to commit crime. This letter is being addressed to you not to score political points but to partly prove that the conflagration in Kartong emanated from the lack of employment Continue reading

Diamond Properties Clients Fear Losing Properties Sheriff Division Clarifies

By Mamadou Dem         

Reports reaching this medium intimated that the Diamond Properties was sued by one Roddie Cole and the court has delivered judgment in favour of the Plaintiff but prior to the case, the said Estate Agency sold leased properties to different individuals at Old Yundum who were surprised to be told by officials from the Sheriff Division that they should pay D150, 000 each or else lose their properties. Continue reading

SAND MINING CONTINUES IN KARTONG

By Mustapha Jallow

When this reporter visited the area at Kartong where sand mining activities are taking place again on Saturday, 28 November, Trucks queuing for sandhe counted about 200 trucks on a long queue waiting for their turn to collect sand.

Also on the site were four personnel of the Police Intervention Unit (PIU), two of whom were armed.

Talking to Foroyaa, one of the truck drivers, who prefers anonymity, said he pays D1000 per truck load of sand which he takes Continue reading