Thursday, December 12, 2019

Burning Issues

Will The New Secretary Of State Address The Unexplained Removal Of...

QUESTION OF THE DAYForoyaa has been bombarded by questions from chiefs and Alkalos who claim to have been removed without any allegation made of...

Who Among The Original Participants In The Coalition Negotiation Are Left...

QUESTION OF THE DAYThe three people who participated in the coalition negotiation who are still left in the Cabinet are Honourable Hamat Bah, Dr.,...

Lorry Drivers Demand New Leadership For Their Union

By MUHAMMED S. BAHHundreds of lorry drivers on Monday paraded in the streets of Banjul asking for the Gambia Transport Control Association’s leadership to...

Are The Victims Of The Faraba Incident Having Proper Medical Assistance?

QUESTION OF THE DAYThe government should continue to monitor the patients who are victims of bullet wounds during the Faraba fiasco. This will enable...

Land dispute in CRR leaves three injured

By MUHAMMED S. BAHA Land dispute between the two neighbouring villages of  Medina Chamen and Mbayen in Jareng Ward, Central River Region (CRR) has...

How Should Political Figures Treat The Media?

QUESTION OF THE DAYMedia practitioners subscribe to the principle of decriminalising speech. They do agree that the media should protect the rights of all...

SSHFC Staff On Sit Down Strike

BY KEBBA MAMBURAYMembers of staff of the Social Security Housing and Finance Corporation (SSHFC) yesterday 5 July 2018, commenced a sit down strike.Mr. Momodou...

Was Cabinet Reshuffle Due To Allegation Of Corruption?

QUESTION OF THE DAYPresident Barrow who has absolute power to appoint and remove ministers and vice presidents said he did not make a cabinet...

How Will The Agriculture Minister Handle The Issues Of Seeds, Fertiliser...

QUESTION OF THE DAYThe availability of seeds, fertiliser and farm equipment at affordable prices and in sufficient quantity are of major concern to farmers...

Have People Not Heard What President Barrow Said In Faaraba?

QUESTION OF THE DAYPeople are still speculating that it is in the plans of President Barrow to hand over power after serving three years....

Is A Coalition Government In Place?

QUESTION OF THE DAYCoalition 2016 comprises, in alphabetical order, GMC, GPDP, NCP, NRP, PDOIS PPP, and UDP plus the Independent presidential aspirant, Dr Isatou...

Late Amadou Nyang Jawo’s Family Demand Justice

By Louise Jobe The Uncle of the late Amadou Nyang's of Faraba Banta, told this reporter that they want Government to take action on the...

Three Arrested For Alleged Murder In Brikama

By Kebba Secka      Events unfolded in Brikama, regarding the alleged murder of one Musa Colley aged 20, on Saturday June 29th. Musa who is...

Will The President Address Parliament This Year?

QUESTION OF THE DAYHalf the year is gone, but the President is yet to appear to address Parliament. Parliament is however sitting and it...

President Adama Barrow reshuffles his Cabinet

STATEHOUSE, BANJUL, 29 JUNE 2018 - Effective today, 29 June 2018, the Cabinet of the Republic of the Gambia has been reshuffled as follows: Vice President...

How Many Tractors From The Jammeh Era Have Been Frozen And...

QUESTION OF THE DAYThere are rumours that many tractors of the Jammeh era have been taken from people but no one seems to be...

Bread In Short Supply Due To Bakers’ Strike

By Kebba Secka One of the most consumed food items in the Gambia, bread, was in short supply in the Greater Banjul Area yesterday....

Who Has Been Removing Chiefs From Office, The President Or The...

QUESTION OF THE DAYThe removal of a number of Chiefs and Alkalos who are claiming not to have been found to be guilty of...

SSHFC Staff March To President’s Office

By Kebba MamburayYesterday 26th June 2018 SSHFC staff that have signed a petition against Muhammed Manjang as Managing Director and CEO of the Corporation,...

Where Are The Minister Of The Interior And The Director-General Of...

QUESTION OF THE DAYRumours are rife that their services are terminated, however reliable sources indicate that they are still carrying out their duties up...