Sep 30, 2020, 1:17 PM
The Sare Debbo village alkaloship and mosque dispute is getting worse by the day in Upper Fuladu West District, Central River region.
The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mamadou Tangara, has reassured the Government of the People’s Republic of China through its Embassy in Banjul that the Government of The Gambia would always support the promotion of multilateralism and win – win cooperation. Banjul will also support the belt and road initiative as well as the development framework defined by the Forum on China – Africa Cooperation (FOCAC).
State House, Banjul, 29th September 2020: His Excellency, President Adama Barrow will receive the Letters of Credence of the New British High Commissioner to The Gambia, H.E. David Belgrove-OBE, on Wednesday, 30th September 2020, at 11:00 am at the State House.
Sulayman Saho, the National Assembly Member (NAM) for Badibou Central has said that The Gambia needs a better healthcare system to take care of our people particularly women who die while in labour.
John Charles Njie, the chairman of Tango has called on the country’s lawmakers to help the executive to realise one of their key campaign promises by enacting the Access to Information Bill.
Yusupha Bojang, Program Manager, National Council for Civic Education (NCCE) has said that to ensure we have peace in the country, it has to be nurtured from grassroots, noting that if there isn’t peace at grassroots it will escalate to national level.
The Citizen’s Alliance Party (CA) says in a missive that it is dismayed and disappointed by the rejection of the Constitutional Promulgation Bill 2020 by the National Assembly of The Gambia.
President Adama Barrow has stated that to rebuild our socio economic development, there must be good roads and uninterrupted electricity supply.
The Ministry of Fisheries Water Resources and National Assembly Matters on Thursday 24 September, 2020 handed over fourteen (14) fishing vessels with outboard engines to 10 communities in The Gambia.
President Adama has reiterated Gambia’s supports to the International Criminal Court (ICC), and thus called on the United States to revoke the sanctions imposed on the Court and its officials, saying respect for the rule of law benefits all democratic states.