Apr 1, 2021, 11:20 AM
One Serreh Manneh, from Banjul delivered three bouncing baby girls (triplets) on Sunday 28th March 2021, at the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital, in Banjul.
In a news release, The Gambia government calls for their immediate release and respect for democratic norms and processes.
“Gambia’s particular concern is for the welfare of the Rohingya minority group whose protection from genocide is what the Gambia has been seeking in the international court of justice.”
“We are gravely concern that the same military leadership that marginalised the Rohingya has now seized full control of Myanmar government, and we fear they may launch another so-called “clearance operation” to rid the country of the approximately 600, 000 Rohingya who survived the last round of human rights violation. We are thus monitoring events very closely.”
“Meanwhile, we emphasise that the court’s provisional measures ordered in January 2020, are binding on Myanmar, no matter who heads the government. We demand that the military officials who have seized power abide by the court orders and Myanmar international obligations.”
The Central Bank of The Gambia (CBG) Monetary Policy Committee, on Thursday, 3 Dec. 2020, held its quarterly review of the economic and financial developments at which appropriate policy decisions were made.
Delegates of United Democratic Party (UDP) on Saturday have unanimously re-elected Lawyer Ousainou Darboe as Secretary General and Party leader, while endorsing his bid for the office of president in the December 2021 elections.
Inhabitants of Wellingara in the West Coast Region (WCR) have expressed with utmost dissatisfaction the way and manner in which the government covid-19 food package is being distributed within the area.