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Court holds that DPP can appear in Modou Sowe’s case

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By Lamin Sanyang Justice Simone Abi of the Criminal Division of the High Court yesterday, Momodou SoweThursday, 4 December, 2014 ruled that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) can appear for the Attorney General in the habeas corpus case filed by the lawyer of Mr. Momodou Sowe, a former employee of State House,

Defense cross-examines witness in former SG Sabally’s trial

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By Lamin Sanyang Defense Lawyer Antouman Gaye yesterday, Thursday, 4 December, cross-Modou Sabally SGexamined Sheikh Omar Bah, a machine operator at Central Bank and first prosecution witness (PW1), in the case involving the state versus Mr. Momodou Sabally, former Secretary General and Minister of Presidential Affairs, which is before Justice Emmanuel Amadi of the Special Criminal Division of the High Court at Banjul.

EX-FINANCE MINISTER HELD FOR 86 DAYS AT NIA

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By Mustapha Jallow Mr. Mambury Njie, the former Finance and Economic Affairs Minister, is now Mambury Njieheld for 86 days at the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) headquarters in Banjul without being released, granted bail or any court appearance. A close family member, confirmed that he is still held and that the reason for

FINANCE PS CONTINUES CROSS-EXAMINATION IN FORMER WAAPP COODINATOR’S TRIAL

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By Rohey Jadama Mod Ceesay, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, yesterday, 4th December, 2014 continued with his testimony as the

Women Gardeners in Buram appeal for access to water, markets

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By Sailu Bah Women gardeners in Buram village in the Foni Bintang Karanai district of WestVillagers on a meeting Coast Region (WCR) have lamented the lack of access to water, markets and good roads for their produce and are appealing for assistance.

Stakeholders conclude workshop on Community Forestry

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FAO’s Mr. ReedNutrition organized by the Food and Agricultural Organization ended on Thursday, 4th December 2014, at the Paradise Suites Hotel. The objective of the workshop, according to the organizers, was to reflect on

ECOWAS MEMBER STATES URGED TO PAY UP FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

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SPORTS JOURNALISTS PREXY QUITS

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By Sulayman BahSports Journalists Association of the Gambia, Sainabou Kujabi-NJie, has Sainabou Kujabi-NJiecalled it quits as president of the association. Mrs. Kujabi-Njie resigned barely months following her re-election in a recent congress. The ex-Point newspaper Sports editor, now with City Ventures,

BEM DOWNPLAYS BRIKAMA’S FIELDING OF FRINGE PLAYERS

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By Sulayman BahBrikama Wednesday fielded a weak second side comprising mainly fringe Sateba Boy Brikamaplayers in their defeat to Barra EssauMayamba. A lone goal from the spot-kick by LaminNyang proved decisive ensuring the bragging rights for BEM and consequently bringing to a halt what has so far

SENSITIZATION ALONE CANNOT BRING AN END TO THE “BACK WAY” TO EUROPE

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Machine Operator testifies in Former SG Sabally’s trial

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By Lamin SanyangSheikh Omar Bah, a ‘Machine Operator’ at the Central Bank of The Gambia Modou Sabally SGyesterday, Wednesday 3rd December, testified in the criminal case of Mr. Momodou Sabally, former Secretary General and Minister of Presidential Affairs who is standing trial before Justice Emmanuel Amadi of the Special Criminal Division of the Banjul High Court.  

High Court Defers Ruling on Stay of Proceedings in Caliph General and Co Trial

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By Kebba Jeffang The Brikama High Court yesterday, 3rd December, 2014 failed to deliver a Sheikh Muhideen Hydararuling on an application for a stay of proceedings sought by the defence counsels in the case of Sheikh Muhideen Hydara, the Caliph General of

Former Works Minister’s Bail Application set for ruling

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By Lamin SanyangJustice Simone Abi of the Criminal Division of the High Court yesterday, Ousman BadjieWednesday 3 December, set date for the ruling on an application for bail for Mr. Ousman Badjie, former Minister of Works who is standing trial at the Banjul High Court.

IFJ and GPU trained 15 Gambian Journalists on Safety Online

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CLAIM OF OWNERSHIP OF SCHOOL LAND CAUSES OUTCRY

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By Fatoumatta K JallowStudents of Brufut Upper Basic School displayed their anger and frustration on the streets of Brufut and the school grounds when they heard that the

GAMBIAN PENS HUNGARY DEAL

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By Sulayman BahA Gambian player has inked the dotted lines in Hungary’s top Haruna Jammeh’sdivision, Foroyaa Sport can report.Let go by his former club of four years Kopasvari, the forward, also an ex-Samger product has finally found new employers agreeing to a one-year deal following an impressive trial.

EAST GAFFER PLAYS DOWN PRESSURE

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By Sulayman BahSerrekunda East coach Adama Jatta has downplayed talks of Brikamamounting pressure after his side’s sloppy runs in the Premier Games sponsored Super Naawettan.

Sanneh renews Kenya loan deal

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By Sulayman BahGambian striker Ebrima Sanneh has added two years to his current Ebrima Sannehloan deal with Kenyan Premier League KRA, Real De Banjul confirms.

MINISTER PROJECTS ECONOMIC DECLINE IN 2014

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COURT ORDERS PROSECUTION TO REGULARISE CHARGE SHEET IN THE CORRUPTION CASE OF A FORMER MAGISTRATE

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By Rohey Jadama Magistrate Hilary Abeke of the Bundung Magistrates’ Court yesterday, 2nd December, 2014, ordered a state prosecutor to regularize the charge sheet in the corruption trial involving Mr. Saikou Fatty, a former magistrate.