Tag: Ousman Sowe

News, Opinion, Security

How Gambia’s National Security could have been compromised by the SIS. Lessons to be learned!

Since 2019 before the testimony of The Gambia’s Intelligence Chief Ousman Sowe at the just-concluded Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC), on the 6th and 7th January 2021, doubts have been raised in some corners as to whether the country’s national security has been compromised or not. Such alleged compromise […]

Human Rights, News, Security

TRRC recommends SIS DG Ousman Sowe, Nine others be banned for 10 years from holding public office

ARCHIVE (Re-post): First published on 24th December 2021, on The New Observer. The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) has recommended that the Director General of the State Intelligence Agency Ousman Sowe be banned from holding public office for a decade with at least nine other former and current state […]

News, Security

New positions, promotions top agenda amid SIS hierarchy restructuring

ARCHIVE (Re-post): First published on 9th March 2021, on The Digest News and The Point Newspaper. Directors and other top officials of the State Intelligence Services (SIS) have been promoted to several new positions that have been created within the country’s intelligence agency. Authorities confirmed the officers were promoted two […]