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Former Junta Vice Chairman, and Defense Minister Edward Singhateh, who was named in the murder of Gambia’s former Finance Minister Ousman Koro Ceesay, is still keeping his job at the ECOWAS Secretariat in Ghana, the Freedom Newspaper...

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One of the defining characteristics of Yahya Jammeh’s 22-year rule in The Gambia was a widespread fear of speaking out. Those that dared to criticise the repressive regime knew they would likely be intimidated, arrested, or even disappeared...

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The National Assembly Member for Serrekunda Constituency Hon: Halifa Sallah has said that the current debt of the country is over 100.2% of the gross domestic product (GDP) and the GDP is over D47b and it is very clear that this year the budget provides for D14.3b revenue, D19b expenditure...

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Three Gambian soldiers have been shot and are currently being treated at Bwiam hospital following a confrontation with regional forces which erupted as they reportedly attempted to deny them entrance at former president Yahya Jammeh’s Kanilai residence...

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Omar Jallow, alias OJ, the Peoples’ Progressive Party (PPP) Leader, recently said the people of Banjul have manifested that they are the one who decide their own destiny in terms of electing their representatives into public office...

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This is an information that requires urgent attention by the Barrow administration. The current trend of tribalism going on in the army will soon have serious consequences if left to continue. Masanneh Kinteh needs to be stopped...

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Halifa Sallah, the elected member for Serre-Kunda says the United Democratic Party (UDP) doesn’t have an overwhelming majority in the National Assembly to permit them to amend the Constitution or impeach the president Adama Barrow. Mr. Sallah,...

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During an interview with journalists upon arrival, President Adama Barrow said the purpose of his visit to Congo Brazzaville’s President Sassou Nguesso was to strengthen the relations with his African counterpart...

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Hundreds of Gambians marched on Saturday to celebrate the life of Ebrima Solo Sandeng, a year after the arrest and killing of the opposition activist...

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Shortly after the counting, I sounded the views of the chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission, Mr Alieu Momarr Njie and he said one of their many problems was to manufacture thousands of ballot drums in a very short period, because of the number of the candidates they have...

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Serrekunda, Gambia, 6 April 2017 – A peaceful and conducive atmosphere prevails but voter apathy is evident in both Bakau and Serrekunda constituencies as at the time this report was filed for general consumption...

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After two weeks of election campaign by candidates and their political parties for parliamentary seats, 886,578 people will tomorrow go to the polls to elect their parliamentary representatives in the 53 constituencies across The Gambia...

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The crime management unit under the Gambia Police Force and the Gambia Armed and Security Force are determined to unearth the alleged atrocities committed by Yahya Jammeh’s regime...

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Gambia’s hired foreign forensics experts (forensic pathologists) have arrived in the Gambia for forensic examination on the exhumed corpse of the late Solo Sandeng and possibly others whose death may be under investigation, reliable sources told Gambiano.net...

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Whilst Gambia celebrates an end to dictatorship and revels in a historic and peaceful transfer of power that culminated in the swearing in of a new president, it is worth repeating that there was nothing peaceful in the Gambia for 22 long years...

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Bodies suspected of being those of former State Guard Commander Lamin Sanneh and other alleged attackers on State House on 30th December, 2014 were exhumed by police crime and forensic department on Friday...

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Lamin Ceesay, the first Gambian to go public with his HIV status 17 years ago, has said that former president Jammeh’s treatment of the virus didn’t work on most patients, saying many have actually died during the treatment.

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Police investigating the disappearance of Gambians during the regime of former President Yahya Jammeh have started digging up bushes in the Fonis where they are hoping to find the secret burial places of some of Mr Jammeh’s victims....

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Family members of victims of the Yahya Jammeh government have come out to speak of their ordeal, as they are still recovering from the shock of what has happened to their loved ones...

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The DWG would like to commend the decision by your Justice Minister Mr. Abubacarr Tambadu to advice you not to assent the above mentioned amendments due to the attributed unconstitutionalities. To do justice to the matter we have to acknowledge that such humility and candidness is..

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