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Was he one of the lucky kids during Sir Dawda’s era? Interview with Babou Njie Sallah

Was he one of the lucky kids during Sir Dawda’s era? Interview with Babou Njie Sallah

Friendly and modest, Babou Njie Sallah is a young Gambian living in the United Kingdom. In this interview, he tells us his family background, political activism, and philanthropic contributions.

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself?

Babou:I was born and raised in The Gambia. I’m the fifth son of my

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He is involved in many different things: Interview with Brikama boy, Modou Lamin Jammeh

He is involved in many different things: Interview with Brikama boy, Modou Lamin Jammeh

Modou Lamin Jammeh is a famous young man in Brikama, Kombo Central. Unlike most of his peers, he has his finger in many pies. Read below our interview with him:

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself?

Modou Lamin: I’m Modou Lamin Jammeh alias Scouching Bleeching D’ Sultan. I was

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Modelling in Denmark: Introducing the beautiful Bintu Sonko

Modelling in Denmark: Introducing the beautiful Bintu Sonko

20-year-old Bintu Sonko is a Danish model born to Gambian parents. Read our exclusive interview with the Gambian beauty.

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us about yourself?

Bintu: My name is Bintu, I am 20 years old and live in Denmark, I am born and raised in Denmark, but my parents are

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Was his dad banned in Foni? Exclusive Interview with late Shyngle Nyassi’s son

Was his dad banned in Foni? Exclusive Interview with late Shyngle Nyassi’s son

His father, Shygle Nyassi was one of the most prominent leaders in the opposition. Pa Malick Nyassi, commonly known as Pa Faal, is a student at the University of The Gambia.

Your origin……

My family is originally from Foni Kansala. We are the founding fathers of the community of Bwiam.

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EXCLUSIVE! Fanta Jarjussey talks family, Gambian men and more

EXCLUSIVE! Fanta Jarjussey talks family, Gambian men and more

Read below our interview with freelance journalist, Fanta Jarjussey:

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself.

Fanta: I just turned 30, which most people can’t believe but I am. A lot of people hide their age and don’t want people to know how old they are, but I am proud

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Why I believe in Bai Niass: A chat with accountant Modou Cham

Why I believe in Bai Niass: A chat with accountant Modou Cham

Modou Cham is the accountant at the Bakoteh Fish Market and Ice Plant, a project funded by the African Development Bank (ADB) and the Gambian government. He is a staunch follower of Bai Niass. Read below our interview with the University of The Gambia graduate:

 

What’s On-Gambia: When did

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