Oct 7, 2020, 10:49 AM
Roberts Mendy, the alkalo of Lamin-Daranka village has warned that any person, group, organisation or company found mining sand on the streets of that community will face the full force of the law.
“It could be recalled that the Emergency Powers Regulations came into effect as measures to prevent, control and protect the country from the Covid-19 virus after The World Health Organisation declared it a global pandemic, the office reminds.
“In this regard, the public is strictly advised to comply with the social distancing regulations and desist from all forms of social gatherings and religious congregations that violate the Emergency Regulations and potentially endanger the lives of citizens.”
“The public is further informed that enforcement operations are currently ongoing and will be further strengthened in accordance with the law.”
“Therefore, The Office of The Inspector General urges all to comply and cooperate fully with law enforcement officers, so together we can defeat the Covid-19 pandemic.”
Banjul, 24 January 2022 – Tens of thousands of primary school pupilss in The Gambia lose significant learning time due to high teacher absenteeism that averages 14 per cent of teacher absence at least once a week, a new UNICEF study has shown.
The Gambia government on Saturday 19 September 2020 signed a 30 years Oil and Gas Exploration deal with PetroNor, an Axis of Oslo listed Stock Exchange Market Oil and Gas Company for A4 block.
Muhammed Alieu Sowe, a resident of Kombo Darsilami and a brother to Momodou Sowe, the Tanji shopkeeper, who is accused of killing one Halimatou Sarr in Tanji recently, has reacted to the said murder allegations against his brother, describing it as unfounded and false.