Author: Basidia M. Drammeh

Editorial, News, Opinion

How can Gambia make a difference as the new OIC Chair?

I’d like to extend my congratulations to the Government and people of Gambia for hosting the 15th Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Summit, despite the logistical challenges that led to the postponement of the Summit at least three times. It’s a proud moment for every patriotic citizen that our country […]

Editorial, News, Opinion, Politics

Politics: What does Bassirou Diomaye Faye’s win mean for the region and beyond?

The recent presidential elections in Senegal have been a significant milestone for democracy in the nation, and its repercussions have been reverberating in the region and beyond. Despite the outgoing President Macky Sall’s attempts to undermine the process, the people of Senegal persevered, and their resilience is commendable. However, the […]

News, Opinion


Written by: Baba Abu Bakr Drammeh, Former Ambassador / Imam Rateb of Sinteet Village Diplomacy is essentially aimed at establishing a mutual understanding between countries for the benefit of their people, and is based on the mutual respect between the sovereign countries of the world, regardless of their size, economic […]

Human Rights, News, Politics

Open letter to Yankuba Darboe, Chairman-elect of the Brikama Area Council

Dear Yankuba Darboe, the Chairman-elect of the Brikama Area Council As you get poised to assume the mantle of Brikama Area Council, I would like to first and foremost extend my heartfelt congratulations on winning the trust of West Coast Region residents who have given you a massive mandate in […]