Friday, November 16, 2018

Burning Issues

Former NIA Deputy Chief Dies In Prison Custody

By Mustapha Jallow Former Deputy Director General of the National Intelligence Agency who was standing trial at the Banjul high court with 7 other agents...

Is It Statutory For Political Parties To Hold Bi –Annual Congresses?

QUESTION OF THE DAY The Elections Act was amended in July 2015. The amendment made it a requirement for registered political parties to have regional...

Passengers, Drivers Raise Concerns On Lack Of Transport

By: Morro Ml Minteh Commuters who spoke to this reporter, have expressed their concerns against drivers plying between Serrekunda, Tabokto, Lamin and Brikama, and the...

Authorities at Physical Planning, Sherrif’s Division On ‘Tawuto’ Demolition Exercise

By Louise Jobe On the issue of the demolition exercise at Tawuto village in the Kombo North district last Tuesday 2nd October 2018, this reporter...

Should A Member Of The National Assembly Receive Personal Gifts From...

QUESTION OF THE DAY According to section 102 paragraph (e) of the Constitution, responsibilities of the members of the National Assembly include, advising the President...

What Is The State Of The Investigation Into The Production Of...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa has constantly been exposing that deposits of Zircon, Ilmenite and rutile were being exploited without accountability and transparency. It has...

Would The Minister For Basic And Secondary Education Issue A Press...

QUESTION OF THE DAY It is absolutely essential for the Minister to issue a statement on the free education package of the government and what...

How Far Has Gambia Gone In Being An Oil Producing Nation?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Speculation are rife that The Gambia is about to exploit its oil potential. Some have even started to count the chicken...

Demolition Of Buildings In Tawuto Village

By Louise Jobe 30 compounds were yesterday demolished in Tawuto Village, Old Yundum Constituency. Those involved in the demolition exercise were accompanied by personnel from...

Is Economic Hardship Increasing?

WHAT THE READERS SAY Many readers who speak to Foroyaa keep complaining of economic hardship. Some tell us that there was economic hardship under the...

Has The Government Offered A Minimum Programme For The Settlement Of...

QUESTION OF THE DAY In a press release dated 2 October 2018 the government has offered the following with the hope that such offer would...

Dr. Janneh Re-Arrested, Charged

By Mustapha Jallow Dr. Amadou Scattred Janneh has been rearrested and charged at the Gunjur Police station on Tuesday, 2 October, 2018, Sulayman Mbenga disclosed. He...

Do The Teachers Really Want To Deprive The Students Of Education?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa has been moving about to find out whether the teachers are adamant in not going to teach until all their...

Teachers’ Strike: Stakeholders Call For Negotiations

By Kebba Mamburay and Kebba Secka Heademasters and mistresses, students, parents and teachers of schools affected by the strike of the teachers have called for...

Who Are The Gambians Who Died In An Accident In Itlay?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Mr Mbaye Ndiaye of Senegal brought the bodies of Alassana Darboe, Musa Touray and Alhaji Ceesay for burial as a sign...

The President Of Casa Sankara-Centro Stefano Accompanies Bodies

Mbaye Ndiaye is a leader who played a role in dismantling a refugee camp, which used to subject migrants to very inhumane conditions and...

‘Teachers for Change’ Meet Ombudsman, ...

By Yankuba Jallow Teachers Task Force otherwise called 'Teachers for Change', on Friday September 28th, met Vice President Ousainou Darboe for the second time in...

Banjul Sewerage System Cannot Be Managed Without Government Intervention

BY: MORRO ML MINTEH Flooding at the Banjul Ferry Terminal entrance of raw sewerage from drainages, still persists. This Foroyaa reporter on his investigation to meet...

What Is Expected Today After State Deadline To End Teachers’ Sit...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The state needs teachers to teach the children. The teachers have the duty to contribute to the development of the future...

Banjul Ferry Terminal Entrance Still A Sore Sight

By Morro ML Minteh The flooding at the Banjul Ferry Terminal entrance with raw sewerage emptying from the drainage's, bringing with it a foul stench...

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