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UPDATE: SARE BOJO TRAGEDY: One survivor found in a neighboring village

The only survivor (Haruna Jallow) among the six children who drowned at the Sare Bojo Lake on Sunday afternoon was found in a neighboring village called Sare Mansong in Jimara District, Upper River Region, LamToro News has learnt. Confirming this information, Ousman Mballow, a teacher from Sare Bojo said when […]

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3 Female Governors, Others Appointed

Press Release Dated: 1st June, 2024 Appointment and Redeployment of Governors and Deputy Governors Banjul – The Gambia. Acting under Section 123 (1) of the Local Government (Amendment) Act, 2006, His Excellency, President Adama Barrow has effective immediately, appointed the following Government officials as Governors: Mrs. Fanta Bojang Njie Samateh […]

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Medical Doctor in Court for Touching Woman’s Buttocks

Article written by Kexx Sanneh (Kexx News) Malick Njie, a medical doctor was on Wednesday, 22nd May 2024 arraigned before Kanifing Magistrates’ Court for indecently assault for allegedly touching a woman’s buttocks, robbing her back and grabbing her waist. Dr. Njie (accused) was charged with indecent assault on female contrary […]

Editorial, News, Women & Children's Affairs

In memoriam: First anniversary of the passing of Tuku Jallow, a matriarch and prominent figure in the Third Liberation movement

In memoriam: May 25, marks the one-year anniversary of the passing of Tuku Jallow, a matriarch and prominent figure in the Third Liberation movement, known for her fervent pro-democracy activism within the Gambian diaspora. Her efforts were aimed at reinstating democracy and ending the human rights abuses under Yahya Jammeh’s […]