Tag: Barrow

Editorial, Human Rights, Opinion

Why Does Criticizing the President Matter?

“To say that the president cannot be criticized, whether right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and submissive but also morally treasonous to the American public.” – Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the U.S. (1858-1919) Fatoumatta: Two former Presidents of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt (26th President) and John […]

Editorial, News, Politics

The debate over the third term limit is a premature distraction; the 3rd term limit for President Barrow is a moral, rather than a legal, issue

The debate over a third term is not a legal but a moral issue for President Adama Barrow and his supporters, representing a matter of considerable importance. Currently, a discussion is emerging that not only shifts focus from the essential questions posed by a segment of the Gambian population but […]

News, Opinion

President Barrow should be commended for naming public buildings after two former Vice Presidents but it was a mistake to name a public building after his mother

President Barrow is to be commended for naming public buildings after two former Vice Presidents in acknowledgment of their contributions to The Gambia, although it was a mistake to name a public building after his mother. Alagi Yorro Jallow Fatoumatta: President Adama Barrow has launched an initiative to honor notable […]