Apr 16, 2021, 11:23 AM
Since the start of the year, the number of reported murder cases has raised concern among many Gambians.
If the world can unite to beat coronavirus, it should apply the same energy to rooting out abuse.
Mr. President, The Gambia should try and emulate Kenya in taking a firm stance against drug peddlers and other criminals in our society.
Mr. President, we should move forward. Gambians have made so much effort to bring the much-needed change - which we craved for 22 years - from dictatorship to democracy.
After years of waiting, The Gambia senor national team – Scorpions – have finally booked their place in the continent’s biggest football fiesta after defeating Angola 1-0 in a tightly-contested qualifier played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau last Thursday.
Mr. President March 25th was a historic and memorable day for the football fraternity which saw the Gambia qualify African cup of nations for the first time in history. The tournament is scheduled to take place in January 2022 in Cameroon.
As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its second year, new fast-spreading variants have caused a surge in infections in many countries, and renewed lockdowns. The devastation of the pandemic - millions of deaths, economic strife and unprecedented curbs on social interaction - has already had a marked effect on people’s mental health.
Mr. President, since the contract of voter registration and elections materials were awarded to ESI, a Canadian company for US$3 million last month, there should not be any more time wasting for IEC to start the registration process in earnest.