Friday, November 16, 2018

Burning Issues

Outbreak Of ‘Dengue’ In Neighbouring Senegal ...

By Louse Jobe  Information coming from the sister Republic of Senegal, report an outbreak of ‘Dengue’, a viral disease spread by mosquitoes. The outbreak is...

Is The World Ready For The Exodus Of Hundreds Of Thousands...

The danger is looming. Foroyaa has been warning the government on a daily basis but no sign of remedy is in the offing. Foroyaa...

When Will The Coroner’s Inquest Into The Death Of Louie Gomez...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The Coroner’s Inquest into the death of Louie Gomez is urgent in order for families to truly know how the death...

Fate of 17 teachers at Tallinding U. B. S. to be...

By Louise Jobe The fate of the 17 teachers from Tallinding Upper Basic School who were not given teaching timetable since the beginning of this...

PEC Sittings Stalled as GCAA Fail to Bring Auditors

By Yankuba Jallow Sittings of the Public Accounts Committee of the National Assembly (PEC), was yesterday stalled by the Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), to...

National Assembly Gives Final Ultimatum to BCC

By Yankuba Jallow The National Assembly Select Committee on Local Government, gave the Banjul City Council a final ultimatum to produce all the necessary Financial...

226 Fishermen die, others missing in 2years Sub Regional Authorities Urged...

By MUHAMMED S. BAH Green Peace Africa an International Organization has disclosed that over the past 2 years, at least 226 fishermen have lost their...

Has The State Come To Full Settlement Regarding The Case For...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Many people were surprised when students of Tallinding Upper Basic School took to the street to march to Region One Office...

Talinding U.B.S. Teachers And Students March To Region 1 Office

By Louise Jobe Teachers and students of Talinding upper basic school went on the streets and marched to Region 1 Regional Office on Monday 22...

Soaring Food, Basic Commodity Prices

BY: MORRO ML MINTEH The price of Commodities has yet again increased across major markets in the Municipality and the rest of the country. This...

How Many Stateless Persons Will The Deprivation Of Id Cards Create...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The issuing of ID cards should be scrutinised by independent and impartial observers. The UN, AU and ECOWAS should engage the...

When Will The Faraba Banta Commission Of Inquiry Report Be Published?

QUESTION OF THE DAY The significance of establishing a commission of inquiry is to allow an independent view of a situation to guide policy decisions....

Has The Chief Justice Started On The Right Footing In Appointing...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The announcement of the death in prison custody of Louis Gomez, former Deputy Director of the National Intelligence Agency in the...

Rigorous Screening Of ID Cards Claimants

By Kebba Secka Rigorous screening is applied be approval is given for the issuing of national identity cards. This has resulted in many claims for...

How Is Gov’t Going To Handle The Death Of Louis Gomez...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The Office of the President should issue a statement on the steps the government intends to take to get to the...

Pensioners Bitterly Lament Low Allowances, Other Payments

By Yankuba Jallow  A representative body of Government Pensioners walked into the offices of Foroyaa Newspaper on Monday October 15th 2018, to bitterly lament to...

Does The National Assembly Have A Code Of Conduct And A...

QUESTION OF THE DAY: The National Assembly is an oversight institution. It has to have a code of conduct and a Committee on ethics. In...

Residents of Tallinding Medina Decry Insufficient Water Supply

By Yankuba Jallow The inhabitants of Tallinding Medina decry of inaccessible supply of water during an outreach programme organized by the Ward Development Committee, headed...

Which Authority Is Responsible For The Delay In Issuing Licence To...

QUESTION OF THE DAY: PURA is responsible for advising the Minister which applicant is qualified to establish radio and television stations. It is important for Foroyaa...

Are Brikama Magistrates Mobile?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Reports reaching Foroyaa indicate that magistrates at the Brikama Magistrates Court who are eight in number, are provided with only one...

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