Thursday, August 22, 2019

Burning Issues

Former IGP’s Case Suffers Setback

By Kebba AF TourayThe land case involving Banta Jaiteh, Ensa Badgie, Pa Ousman Bojang and the former IGP Ensa Badgie, yesterday failed to proceed...

GFF Tells NSC: We Could Take To The Courts For This

By Sulayman BahGambia Football Federation is considering instituting legal action against the National Sports Council (NSC) after the technical arm of government revealed it...

Is The Barrow Administration Taking ...

Gambia does not have polls to check the popularity ratings of their public figures. This is important in a democracy.It gives leaders opportunity to...

Dramatic Scene at Banjul High Court

By Yankuba JallowA dramatic scene happened at the high court in Banjul on Monday, when families of the defendants clashed with the family members...

NIA 9 Case: Court Orders State To Deliver Witness Statements

By Yankuba JallowThe Banjul High Court has requested for the State to give the defense witness statements in the ongoing criminal trial of the...

Kombo South District Tribunal Presides Over Land Dispute Cases

By Louise JobeThe Chief of Kombo South District, Lamin Darboe, on Wednesday 25th October 2017, presided over land dispute cases within his district. The unresolved...

AG Receives Report On Alleged ‘Whatsapp’ Officers

By: Mustapha JallowThe Gambia Armed Forces, GAF, have now completed investigations into the case of soldiers that are accused engaging in mutinous and seditious...

2 dead, 2 MPs Injured In Car Collision

By Kebba Jeffang & Yankuba Jallow The accident that happened on Monday morning near Mile 2 prisons along the Banjul highway, had left two persons...

EUTF-IOM Sign 3.9 Million Euro Project

By Kebba AF Touray The European Union Trust Fund and The International Organization for Migration (EUTF-IOM), on the 3rd November 2017, signed an agreement to implement...

How Is The GRTS To Function Under The New Gambia?

QUESTION OF THE DAYPolitical parties in the country have different opinions on the performance of GRTS. Some are beginning to accuse GRTS of favouritism.Our...

Senior Lawyer, Solicitor General Face Criminal Charges

By: Yankuba JallowMr. Cherno Marena, the Solicitor General and Lawyer Bory S. Touray, are facing four criminal charges at the Banjul Magistrates’ Court presided...

6,000 Tons Of Paddy Rice Lost In 2017 Cropping Season

Abdoulai G. Dibba Col. Seedy Baldeh, the manager of the former president’s rice fields in Pacharr, has informed the Minister of Agriculture that 1,350 hectares...

Chief Justice Presides Over Introductory Ceremony For New Judges

By Yankuba JallowThe Chief Justice of The Gambia, Hassan B. Jallow, has presided over the introductory ceremony for the newly appointed judges of the...

Migration Policy Validation Underway

By: Kebba AF Touray A two day validation workshop on Gambia’s migration policy is underway at a local hotel in Senegambia. The policy, which aims to...

NIA 9 Case: Security Personnel Deny Media Entrance

By Yankuba JallowThe ongoing criminal trial of former senior officials of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), proceeded in the absence of the media practitioners...

2017 In Brief: Security Officers In Detention Without Trial

By: Mustapha JallowThere are at least twenty three soldiers in custody for more than seventy two hours without being brought before a court of...

Will Section 91 Subsection 1 (d) be Repealed?

QUESTION OF THE DAYThe removal of many National Assembly members from their seats by simply dismissing them from a political party has motivated the...

Family Continues Search for Missing Member

By MUHAMMED S. BAHThe Family of Sergeant Ebrima Ceesay, who went missing since 11th November 1994, continue to ask for his whereabouts, dead or alive....

High Court Delivers Verdict In Kerr Mot Hali Case

By Yankuba JallowThe Banjul High Court has delivered judgment in the trial involving residents of Kerr Mot Hali of Central River Region.These people brought...

What Are The Roles Of Human Right Lawyers

Question of the Day The new Gambia requires a new start. This new start requires that the wrong doings of the past do not start...