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How Should A Nation Deal With Its Past?

How a nation is to deal with its past is a fundamental question that is now confronting the Gambian people. Events that happened 24...

The Courts Are The Bastion Of Justice And Stability

Where there is no justice there is no peace. Peace comes when one’s rights as a human being are fully respected and protected. Many...

How Many Millions Will The Gambian State Continue To Pay For...

No matter who governs the Gambian state is the Gambian state. Today’s leaders have to pay for the wrongs done by previous leaders. Tomorrow’s...

6000 Bags Of Fertiliser At D700 Available In Nine Places In...

Fertiliser is now needed to be in the hands of farmers, otherwise we could predict crop failure before we go any further in monitoring...

The Threat Of The Worst Drone War In Human History

The world is watching as a new Gulf War creeps in gradually after President Trump unraveled President Obama’s peace architecture in the Middle East...

Journalists Allowed To Cover Yankuba’s Case

The media is given the constitutional responsibility to make the government accountable to the people. The courts are no exception. As the third arm...

What Happened At The High Court Yesterday?

Journalists excluded! Journalists excluded! Journalists excluded!

What Is Meant By Transitional And Consequential Provision Of A Constitution?

Some people have been arguing that the 1997 Constitution should not have been supported because of its transitional and consequential provisions. We expected that...

Truth Commission Is To Teach A Better Lesson

The atrocities committed against people of African descent by people of European descent who belong to the same geopolitical space in South Africa were...

Will Gambians Reconcile?

What lesson will Gambia give to the world? The peaceful transfer of power that occurred in The Gambia made the country the darling of the...

Presidential Aspirants And Political Activists Taking Different Stands

A number of presidential aspirants are clearly not taking a militant position on the three year/five year political agenda. Presidential aspirants are guarding their...

No One Should Tamper With The Independence Of The TRRC

Section 6 of the TRRC Act states, “The Commission shall- (a)           be impartial and fair in the performance of its functions; and (b)           not be subject to the direction...

Rolling back Obama’s Middle East Success

International politics is not about military might. Otherwise, Vietnam would still be under the US and the Soviet Union would have still been in...

Are We Prepared For The Rains?

The URR and CRR have given evidence of what is to be expected during the coming rainy season. Deaths have already occurred and the...

April 10 And 11 Recalled In A Wrong Forum

The most horrible massacre of students in the history of the Gambia occurred on April 10 and 11, 2000. Those who were killed and...

WE DID NOT WANT TO DICTATE THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION: The...

Since the caste contradiction intensified and the remanding in custody of accused persons went outside of the ambit of the criminal procedure code and...

IEC Embarks On A Major Exercise

The Independent Electoral Commission as part of the reform agenda has commenced consultation with representatives of all political parties on the electoral system of...

Barrow Puts It In Black And White

When a mass mobilisation campaign erupted that Barrow’s Fan Club is to hold a rally in Brikama and it was announced that all Gambians...

The History Behind The TRRC Should Not Be Forgotten

Commissioners and staff of the TRRC should not forget its origin. The creation of TRRC would not have been possible if there were no...

We are at a loss: Partisan Agitation by Commissioner Lang...

A tribunal is required by the Constitution to be independent and impartial. It is designed to gather evidence in order to draw conclusion that...