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Breaking News: President Obama announced the killing of bin Laden!
Saturday, April 30, 2011 (3682 reads)

President Obama announced the killing of bin Laden.



Published: May 1, 2011

WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world, was killed in a firefight with United States forces in Pakistan on Sunday, President Obama announced. In a dramatic late-night appearance in the East Room of the White House, Mr. Obama declared that “justice has been done” as he disclosed that American military and C.I.A. operatives had finally cornered Mr. bin Laden, the Al Qaeda leader who had eluded them for nearly a decade, and shot him to death at a compound in Pakistan.

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Gambia: Balangbaa: The Campaign for Civil Disobedience in The Gambia
Saturday, April 30, 2011 (1658 reads)

Balangbaa: The Campaign for Civil Disobedience in The Gambia

  An Open Letter

 Ms Reine Alapini Gansou,

Chairperson of the African Commission

C/o Kairaba Beach Hotel                                                                             April 26, 2011

 By Mathew K Jallow

 Dear Ms Gansou,

This no-confidence protest letter is addressed you in your capacity as Chairperson of the African Commission. The aim is bring the spotlight on the African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies (ACDHRS), which is located in Banjul. And the intent is for you bring the concerns of the citizens of the host country of the 49th Ordinary Session, The Gambia, to the African Union (AU) body in order to educate policy-makers and the powers-that-be about what a sham the ACDHRS has become. First, allow me to diverge into another important area of concern to Africans all across the continent. As passive observers of the shenanigans that have dominated the operations of the African Union and its predecessor, the Organization of African Union (OAU), Africans have become frustrated with the redundancy, wastefulness and utter uselessness of the continental body and regional institutions such as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The picture that has emerged is that the African Union and its predecessor the OAU have existed solely to serve the interests of the leaders of its member states.

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Gambia: UDP’S Karamba Touray Reacts To Radio Talk Host Show Faye’s Remarks About Darboe!
Saturday, April 30, 2011 (2546 reads)

UDP’S Karamba Touray Reacts To Radio Talk Host Show Faye’s Remarks About Darboe!

The Elhadgi Mustapha diatribe

By Karamba Touray        

Dear Pa,

I am writing this letter to the editor to protest your moderation of  the  most recent program with Elhadgi Mustapha who makes periodic appearances on your program. I recognize and value the notion that different Gambians have correspondingly different ideas on how to address the very serious problems we face as a nation. Our prescriptions therefore are not mutually exclusive nor are they going to always necessarily converge even as our intentions are by and large the same. I am equally as frustrated as many well meaning Gambians are on the apparent lack of unity of the established political parties opposed to the terrible regime of Yahya Jammeh.

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Breaking News: Gambia: Raleigh/Durham USCIS Office Welcomes New Batch Of US Citizens!
Thursday, April 28, 2011 (4202 reads)

Raleigh/Durham USCIS Office Welcomes New Batch Of US Citizens!

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA—The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Durham, North Carolina Field office, on Friday welcomed fifty nine new US Citizens. The sworn citizens, came from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Among them was the Freedom Newspaper Managing Editor, and Publisher Pa Nderry MBai.  Mr. MBai, is a native of The Gambia. He resettled in the US  about seven year ago. He has since been residing in Raleigh, North Carolina. The historic occasion attracted guests from all walks of life.  The USCIS oath ceremony hall was filled to capacity.  The joyous new US Citizens took their oath of allegiance in the presence of the Durham USCIS Field office Director.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2011 (22397 reads)


The Freedom Newspaper Maiden Issue On Jammeh’s Divorce, Sex Life, Arms, Betrayal Schemes, And a Lot More!

BANJUL, THE GAMBIA—After weeks of speculations, and counter speculations regarding the recent divorce between President Yahya Jammeh, and Gambia’s First Lady Alima Sallah, the daughter of Gambia’s Chief Diplomat in Saudi Arabia, the Freedom Newspaper can report with authority that the relationship between the pair had ended for good. The disgraced Gambian leader, an excessive womanizer, who married the teenager at her eighteen birthday, prematurely ended the relationship thereby—leaving the Sallah family to live in shame, and emotional distress, sources reaching this medium said. Mr. Jammeh was pressurized by his gold digger Moroccan wife Zeinab Suma Jammeh to let go little Alima, whose marital relationship with Jammeh never went down well with her. Zeinab, had to pack, and leave Banjul, and briefly resettled in Washington DC, as a form of registering her disaffection against Gambia’s De Facto dictator.  She was the least pleased with Jammeh’s polygamous marital life. She laid down strict conditions to enable her return to Banjul; one of which was for Jammeh to divorce Alima, who she perceived as an “intruder, and an illegitimate” wife of the mentally challenged despot.

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Gambia: President Jammeh, The 'strongman' of West Africa in focus..continued (Part II)
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 (2773 reads)

President Jammeh, The 'strongman' of West Africa in focus..continued (Part II)

 By Anonymous Gambian In The US

Email Author:   

BANJUL, THE GAMBIA—The Gambia arguably has one of the most dormant political climates in the region, perhaps the whole of West Africa with her weak and fragmented opposition whose presence is largely only felt when attempting a response to the Jammeh government's political statements on important world and regional issues. Issuing political statements in itself is fine and dandy in a political dispensation such as ours, but making such occasional and reactionary activities the center-piece of your party politics tantamount to political malpractice and a betrayal of the expectations of the people who you seek to represent.

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Breaking News: Gambia: Daily Observer Scoop: MD Pa Malick, Neneh, Senegalese Businessman, and Others Exposed!
Monday, April 25, 2011 (8028 reads)

Daily Observer Scoop: MD Pa Malick, Neneh, Senegalese Businessman, and Others Exposed!

Daily Observer heading for bankruptcy

By A Daily Observer Whistleblower

 BANJUL, THE GAMBIA—I am a concerned employee of the Daily Observer Company the Gambia’s only daily print newspaper and until recently the most widely circulated paper in the country. Today,  I want to bring to your attention what has been happing in this once renowned and reputable institution which has served as mini journalism teaching school. Today, most of the Gambian journalists have once in one way or the order passed through this paper trainee or freelance journalism to professionals.

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Breaking News: Gambia: President Jammeh’s Mother Is Critically Ill!
Sunday, April 24, 2011 (4044 reads)

President Jammeh’s Mother Is Critically Ill!

Aja Fatou Asombi Bojang Admitted At RVTH Private Ward Room 6

 By Staff Reporter Bakary Gibba, Banjul

BANJUL, THE GAMBIA—President Yahya Jammeh’s mother Aja Fatou Asombi Bojang is critically ill. She has been admitted at the nation’s major hospital, the Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH), the Freedom Newspaper can report.  Ms. Bojang, a diagnosed diabetic patient—with an ailing medical history,  is receiving urgent medical attention  at the hospital’s private ward six (6), sources close to the medical team hinted. Medical sources would not disclose the latest disease affecting the President’s Mum, but hinted that she is in a critical conditions.  Sources said the old woman has been criss-crossing between her residence and the RVTH due to poor health conditions.  All hopes have been faded  away at this hour, sources hinted.

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Gambia: Born Rebel; Born Gainako: The Fascinating life story of an African Hippie
Sunday, April 24, 2011 (2300 reads)

Born Rebel; Born Gainako: The Fascinating  life story of an African Hippie

Chapter 5:  The Turning Point

By Mathew K Jallow

The tragic assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22nd 1963 was my first real introduction to America. Prior to that, America was just one of many country names I learnt at school; a name that rarely piqued my interest. Like most high school student’s who lived in one of the former British colonies in West Africa at that time, England was where I wanted desperately to visit. It was where I hoped to continue my higher education. But President Kennedy’s assassination on that fateful November morning changed all that. In Banjul, then Bathurst, the capital city of The Gambia, the solemnity of the day of the assassination thousands of miles away in the State of Texas was palpable everywhere one looked.

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Photo Tease: Who is This Fanafana?
Sunday, April 24, 2011 (3602 reads)

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