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Mr. Adama Barrow was clearly the democratic choice of the majority of Gambian voters in the December 2016 Presidential elections. The electorate chose President Barrow over former President Yaya Jammeh...

Lawyer Mai Ahmed Fatty was in the middle of a consultation meeting  with a client in  his Law Associates Chambers on Satellite House, Banjul, when his cellphone began to vibrate. Looking at the caller...

In less than three years in office, President Barrow has presided over the death of eight civilians in the hands of police with score of people injured and arrested for taking part in demonstrations....

A favorite dictum of African politics is that a week is a long time in politics. It follows, then, that three decades is virtually an eternity. This is how long these notable political philosophers, Sidia...

Between 2001 to 2003 records from the Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) say 22 vessels carrying rice, oil, potatoes, and onions docked at the Banjul port in the name of the Youth Development Enterprise (YDE)....

In the wake of the 22nd July military coup that brought Yahya Jammeh and his AFPRC/APRC government to power in 1994, the economic life of the once prosperous West African country began to sink deep and...

It puts the searchlight on the term “justice”. What is this elephant in the room called justice: might is right? Punishment for the unjust and reward for the just? Equality Or equal treatment?...

Let me go straight to the point: TRRC was set up simply because we endured an autocratic rule which was notorious for massive violations of human rights. The foremost instrument of violations was the...

Why do you think there is so much poverty in the Gambia? Why do you think there was a group called Junglers under Yaya Jammeh? Why do you think there is so much freedom and prosperity in Sweden? Why do...

Mamudu described the Gambia prisons as death chambers. Mamudu, while describing the harshness of the prison conditions, said those who entered prisons left alive only by the grace of Allah. Even for ordinary...