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Mandela Taught The Power Of Forgiveness How can we ever describe the loss of Nelson Mandela to this world? It is not easy. I can think of no other person born in our life time whose living – whose...

It’s time to let the Gambia’s political dinosaurs go extinct? The old guards of the first and second republic political dinosaurs are tackling the 21st century problems with obsolete ideologies from...

The Janneh Commission of Inquiry created to examine into the economic and finances liabilities, marauding and plunder of  state owned resources of former president Yahya Jammeh during his  twenty-two...

By Seedy S. Fofanah Former Lecturer at the University of the Gambia The elders of Kanni-Kunda village sat in council to help Afang Kawsu and Sidibeh reach a decision in their dispute over the control...

Everywhere you turn to on Facebook these days, there are folks arguing for ignorance as the most strategic pathway to Gambian people distinguished scholar Niyi Osundare once published a sarcastic essay...

In the Gambia, when will the rain stop beating us? I submit in 1994 when we, Gambians chose and adopted totalitarian system of government. We are now reaping the consequences which include most of the...

There is so much I want to say to friends, colleagues and students who share my shock and alarm at our fledgling democracy. I wish I could say, it will be fine; our emergent democracy is not strong, and...

There is a time to fight the Executive Branch of Government and insist on the independence of the Legislature; a time to grandstand that, as the bulwark of a representative government, the Legislature...

Colonization was a far more superior tool than slavery because it enslaved whole nations in their own countries and exploited their resources for the advantage of the colonial occupiers in a grand scale....

It is not only dangerous for a President but also for a country to have widespread public disillusionment with his government! So far the level of public discontentment with the Barrow Government is at...