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Fifi and I started together in Gambia High School. I was coming from Campama Primary School and he from Methodist Prep. We are in September, 1973. He was in 1G (Mrs Gibril’s Class, with the likes of...

“The idea of settling conflicts between peoples by peaceful means applies to all countries, in the Middle East as in Vietnam” said Prime Minister of the Gambia, Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara in Jerusalem...

The European Union Ambassador to the Gambia, Atila Lajos, has assured President Adama Barrow that his government can count on the support of the European Union so long as it remains on this democratic...

Muslims in the Gambia are being urged to perform special prayers for beneficial rain on Friday. The small West African country like in the previous year, is experiencing prolonged and abnormal cessation...

Authorities in the Gambia have blocked the country’s former ruler from accessing millions of Dalasis left in a local bank by his late mother. A local Islamic Cadi Court had awarded former President...

by Alagi Yorro Jallow A hundred years from now, people still going to be talking about President Yahya Jammeh. He recognized that, as a poster child, he had become a symbol in which larger social, economic...

I am writing this letter on board a Cross Country train to the northern part of the country. And while I don’t normally get myself involved in the Jalikunda sungko on Facebook as it is absolutely...

A new online Gambian news website which intends to bring to the public space the voice of the poor has been launched. Founded by Ebrima Papa Colley, a former reporter and cartoonist with the Gambia Daily...

By Baba Galleh Jallow Many years ago I was a student here at Armitage. I belonged to Fulladu Kunda. In those days, we were allowed to go to town only twice in the week: during outings on day afternoons,...

By Alagi Yorro Jallow I have always believed that high achievers among the Gambians like Mrs. Harriet Ndow are our unpaid global ambassadors. Despite the small size of the Gambia, the image our country...