Gambians, what does celebrating the birth of our nation mean to you? We could have celebrated much more than we did, only if we had invested the money towards our future. Investments into building a hospital or provide medical care to Gambians such as the family of Isatou Jallow and
The Barrow administration is still tight-lipped on how the Banjul Rehabilitation Project was awarded to Senegalese constructor, Hadim Gai without a tender process.
An insider at the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure revealed: “There was no tender process. The project was single sourced. Technically, Hadim should have submitted a list
Four Law students of the UTG have been refused US visas to participate in this year’s Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition, according to information reaching What’s On-Gambia.,
Muhamed Jeng, Haddy Drammeh, Sohna Jawara, Muhamed Lamin Ceesay and their coach, Peter K. Mendy were invited by the organizers of the
Yes, he is the eldest child of President Adama Barrow and First Lady Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, but Mohummed, popularly known as Baba, still shows respect to those around him.
Baba lives in the USA, where he is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree. He was recently in The Gambia for the Christmas and
Most people associate being famous with being rich, but that isn't the case in The Gambia. Here are seven celebrities who are struggling to make ends meet:
He is an afro-manding singer. Some of his popular songs include Kanu Musu, which gathered more than 248,000 views on YouTube.
A grandfather in Serre Kunda (name withheld) has been accused of impregnating a 16-year-old Grade 9 student of Latri Kunda German Upper Basic School.
The 47-year-old grandfather is said to be very close to the girl’s family.
“They all live in the same compound on Papa Sarr Street. Everyone was
Here are the hardworking and powerful young women at the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC).
Horejah Bala Gaye
She was called to the Bar of The Gambia in 2006. Horejah holds an LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights from the University of Warwick in England.
- Gambian girl working on device that could detect diseases including malaria
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- Liking foreign music is fine, but let's also support our musicians
- Gambia to get an Islamic Party
- Government might start regulating the activities of real estate companies
- Sophia finally responds to Silky Crise relationship rumours
- US-based Gambian says she was asked to leave Poco Loco beach for white tourists
- Are they the richest female celebrities?
- Barrow and Lowe poised to transform Banjul into a modern city
- Former Nusrat student tops Gambia Law School
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