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I write again to express my grave concern regarding the arrest and detention of Dr. Ismaila Ceesay, professor of political science at University of The Gambia. Dr. Ceesay has been held in custody for...

I demand the immediate release of Dr. Ismaila Ceesay. He is a citizen with a constitutionally guaranteed right to speak his mind or profess an opinion on any national matter he wishes to speak on or write...

This is the test of what is to come. If Gambians alllow this illegal arrest of Ismaila to pass off without immediate redress then no Gambian is ever safe again. If we allow this illegality it means anytime...

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” ― Winston S. Churchill A good anthropology is critical for good policy. Politics is where “what is good”...

President Adama Barrow of the Gambia has appointed a convicted drug trafficker as he adviser for youth affairs. Musa Suso, a former governing APRC National Assembly Member for Kombo North who was jailed...

We need to check the Adams Barrow Foundation for Inclusive Development and the Fatou Bah Barrow Foundation. What are they made of? Something is not adding up. Good intentions they may be. But even...

Victims of the former Gambian government of Yahya Jammeh and their supporters reacted with indignation to a declaration by the president of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema that he would “protect”...

Human memory is very short. Otherwise, how can we so quickly forget the very reasons why a greater number of our people braced the hot sun, against an unknown future, to vote out Yaya Jammeh? It is just...

(JollofNews) – President Adama Barrow of the Gambia has used his interview with your JollofNews to reiterate his government’s intentions to tighten security at the country’s borders and...

The news that there is an Adama Barrow Foundation for Inclusive Development (ABFID) is a yet another incidence of political patronage that is seeking to derail this country once more. Not long ago we...