Friday, April 19, 2019

Burning Issues

Are Different Voices Of Nams On Ya Kumba Jaiteh’s Case Of...

QUESTION OF THE DAY On Monday Foroyaa published what was purported to be a resolution signed by 31 National Assembly members. Yesterday, Foroyaa was again...

Sniper Insecticide Banned

By Madiba Singhateh The National Environmental Agency together with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), have issue statement banning the importation and use...

What Is The Reaction Of The National Assembly To The Revocation...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The National Assembly is not in Session. The next session commences in March. It would be interesting to find out how...

Another Land Dispute In Kombo ...

By Hatab Nyang  On Saturday 24th February 2018, this medium was informed of a land dispute between the villagers of Berending, and the Manjang Kunda...

Should African Governments Subsidise Their Farmers?

QUESTION OF THE DAY The trade war between China and the US administration has started to impact on soya bean producers in the US. Instead of...

No official communication on MP Jaiteh’s alleged dismissal

By MUHAMMED S. BAH Yakumba Jaiteh, a nominated Member of the National Assembly, has confirmed that she has not received any official communication regarding her...

What Does The Government Have To Say Regarding The 396 Million...

QUESTION OF THE DAY As we go to press a desperate agent for the purchase of groundnuts called to say that they are yet to...

Has The 396 Million Dalasis Reached The Depots To Pay The...

QUESTION OF THE DAY A Foroyaa reporter is on tour to gather the facts. The President should also send the Spokesperson of the government to...

Will The Residents Of Deya Become Homeless?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Many people used to claim that the Jammeh administration tied the hands of the executives of human rights organisations. Now no...

What Is The Purpose Of The Independence Celebration?

QUESTION OF THE DAY The purpose is to take stock of where we come from, where we are and where we are going. We were...

Deya Residents at risk of Homelessness

Louise Jobe Residents Deya Village have been ordered to vacate their homes by the high court of The Gambia or face forceful eviction. The villagers...

International Sports Media Certifies Gambian Journalist Bah

By Kebba AF Touray Gambian journalist Sulayman Bah has been certified after being classed as one of top-ten journalists from Africa under AIPS Best Writing...

Will President Barrow Award Those Young People Who Formed The Security...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa will reach the spokesperson of the Government to find out what it has for those young people who took the...

When Will Foroyaa Publishing Company Ltd Expand Into The Electronic Media

QUESTION OF THE DAY This question is being posed by many who see Foroyaa to be a national institution aimed at serving all Gambians irrespective...

‘Ganbanaaxun’ Member Thrown Out Of His Home

By Lamin Fatty  A member of ‘GANBANAAXUN’ has been asked to quit the home in Bajaha Kunda which he built and was living in for...

Will President Barrow Rectify His Mistake Of Imposing Forced Retirement On...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa will get in touch with the Government Spokesperson to find out whether the President had sought the wise counsel of...

Which Institution Will Best Aid The Police On Sensitisation On Human...

QUESTION OF THE DAY The institution is the National Human Rights Commission. According to the Schedule of the Act the National Assembly has already approved...

Are Gambians To Face Administration By Executive Order Again?

QUESTION OF THE DAY FOROYAA has contacted the Minister of Lands and Regional Government to find out whether his ministry has any hand in removing...

Is The Attorney General Being Consulted When It Comes To Removal...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Section 72 of the Constitution states, among other things, that, “the Attorney General shall be the principal legal adviser to the...

Trade Ministry Defends New Cement Tax Policy

By Kebba Secka Following a cabinet decision to protect local cement importers, Government has now resolved to increase the excise duty on cement to 5%,...