Tag: democracy

News, Opinion, Politics

What Gambians Want 2023: How Politicians Become Gentle to Voters During Elections… After Elections, They Gobble Building up Politics of The Belly.

Fatoumatta: The Local Government Elections are just a new calendar. And so far, the chaos of candidates of Chairmen and Mayor’s/Mayoress choices is loud, sufficient for even a stubborn optimist to admit to the cynicism of citizens who have long predicted another case of our vulnerability to political polarizations in […]

Human Rights, News, Politics

President Barrow honoured for restoring & maintaining democracy in The Gambia

Public Statement: 29th July 2022: President Barrow received the ‘Key’ bestowed on him by the Integral University of Lucknow, in Uttarpradesh State, India, for restoring and maintaining democracy in The Gambia. The Vice President, H.E Badara A. Joof, presented the key to the President at a moderate ceremony. The University […]


African Liberation Day: Are We Liberated?

Educationally, Europeans succeeded in rooting an educational system that teaches Africans to remember, but not to create. Take the example of our exams; learners who succeeded in cramming performed better than others, and are celebrated as the most outstanding among their colleagues. But these outstanding students hardly defend their higher […]