Politically motivated conflicts are bound to occur after every election. Such conflicts may or may not lead to violent confrontation. Civic education needs to be conducted to prevent or minimise politically motivated Continue reading
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Is it wise for the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs to read indictments on air?
This is not the conventional approach and the new government should not resort to unconventional means of governing. It has promised to govern in accordance with the rule of law.
This principle requires judicial matters to be handled by the judiciary. Under normal circumstances information is leaked to the press by government officials instead of taking raw information and interprets it for public consumption. Such a method frees authorities from the posture of judges and prosecutors.
By Mustapha Jallow
An ex-soldier purporting to be an eye witness has told Foroyaa that 13 senior soldiers were summarily executed and buried in a trench at the Yundum Barracks on 11 November 1994.
Staff Sergeant Ibrima Faati, a former staff sergeant of the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF), who said he was detained at the NIA for some weeks in 2001 was accompanied by Mama Touray and two others. Continue reading
By MUHAMMED S BAH and Nelson Manneh
Gambia Milling Corporation Company (GMC) Staff on Monday 27thFebruary, protested against the management of the company regarding what they called the unfair treatment they are experiencing in the company.
The following were the request by the staff from to GMC Continue reading