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The President’s Nation-Wide Tour: An Obligation

The office of the president has announced that President Barrow is set for a nation-wide tour commencing Monday 18th November.This is a constitutional requirement...

The lessons of the TRRC

The law providing for the TRRC is focused on revelation of truth as a basis of promoting reconciliation. However, victims/survivors have different opinions and...

The Diaspora and the Electoral System

The question of Diaspora participation has already been settled by the Constitution and the electoral laws.Section 26 of the Constitution makes it abundantly clear...

The Budget Session Is In View

The National Assembly is expected to receive the estimates on the budget of the 2020 financial year. The priority areas need to be identified...

The Gambian People Should Now Have Their Heads On Their Shoulders

Coalition 2016 aimed to put partisan consideration behind and put in place a transitional government that would put partisan politics on ice and unify...

The Attorney General Should Save The Integrity Of The TRRC

Court cases running concurrently with the TRRC proceedings is beginning to have impact on both sides which could be avoided.The first test was the...

Insulting For Post In An Islamic Council

A tormented young man came to the Foroyaa’s offices with tears bulging in his eyes begging that we should write to ask religious leaders...

What to expect from the TRRC and what NGOs should do

The TRRC must be victim focused, but must not be seen as a court mandated to deliver justice. It serves the purpose of helping...

Keeping Track Of Our Fish Stock

The weakening of trade unions since the first republic has also weakened social auditing of the implications of government policies. Farmers unions, fisher folks...

Reason gradually setting in The Gambia

Invitation extended to political parties’ front liners and opinion leaders in The Gambia is proving to bear fruit. It is apparent that no force...

Old Currency Notes Still In Circulation In The Banking System

New currency notes are not introduced in an economy for the sake of it. Money has macro-economic relevance. Too much paper money in circulation...

Giving Journalists Their Due

Musicians, politicians, sports persons and financial patrons have their fans clubs. It is rare however for journalists to be given the type of honour...

GRTS Should Accept Criticism

GRTS is a public broadcaster. Its management is the custodian of its editorial policy. The Board should ensure that the editorial policy of the...

Truth, reconciliation, reparation: Which should come first and last?

The Gambian people are yet to fully comprehend the objective of the Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission. Different demands are being made of the...

Government Tertiary Policy Requires Revisiting

Nurses and teachers are the foundation of our health and education systems. There can be no health or education system without nurses or teachers....

The Era Of Transparency And Accountability

The fact that Ministers are being asked by members of the National Assembly and are complying to produce documents such as the lists of...

The Media In Transition

Information is the key to democracy and democracy the key to choose a government. Democratic institutions may exist but if there is no informed...

A Unique Opportunity For Gambia And Gambians

The change of 2nd December 2016 which enabled The Gambia to ensure a peaceful transfer of power through the ballot box for the first time...

Readers demanding for Janneh Commission Report

Foroyaa readers have been enquiring from Foroyaa on how to access a copy of the report of the Janneh Commission which was submitted to...

Right to dual citizenship

Gambians abroad who have acquired the citizenship of other countries have been asking whether Gambian law requires them to revoke the citizenship of those...