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Thursday, June 30, 2011 (2276 reads)


By Burama Jammeh

It appears we’ve settled for periodic elections as a yardstick of democracy in The Gambia. For some, maybe all of us as long as every 5 years ballots go around and results announced is good enough.  This is not democracy. In addition the elections in the Gambia cannot pass any objective testing of “free and fair” knowing how IEC is run, knowing Gambia has no register of Gambians (citizens), knowing we've no death register, knowing we can’t be sure it’s Gambians who are registered to vote, knowing they’ve failed to maintain an accurate voter register, knowing taxpayer Gambian TV is monopolized to promote Yahya, knowing Gambians are intimidated on campaign trails, knowing government resources are used for political advantages of Yahya……….so on and on.

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Gambia: What Obama’s ‘Political Earthquake’ Means for Africa
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (3385 reads)

What Obama’s ‘Political Earthquake’ Means for Africa

By Alagi Yorro Jallow

In 2010, seventeen countries in Sub Saharan Africa celebrated the 50th anniversary of their independence. In honor of the celebrations, President Obama recently hosted a meeting at the White House with young leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa. The young leaders shared their thoughts about youth empowerment, good governance, and economic opportunity and discussed their hopes for the future.

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Gambia: Town Crier's Banjul Diary: Day 3 Part B
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (4176 reads)

Town Crier's Banjul Diary: Day 3 Part B

Last week, I took you on a tour of the coastal from Kairaba Senegambiajunction to Gunjur and Berrending. Now let's pick up from where we left off. After confirming that light poles which were diverted away from the town of Gunjur have indeed been extended to Berrending through the uninhabited forest instead of from Gunjur to Berrending which is booming with new settlements. I was at a loss of words as to the intelligence that decided on such a move. Every tax payer regardless of party affiliation has an inalienable right to benefit from government projects. Gunjur does not deserve such treatment. What is their crime? Tell us Oga.

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Gambia: Breaking News: Is the prisoner from Gambia a persecuted journalist or an impostor?
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (3360 reads)

Is the prisoner from Gambia a persecuted journalist or an impostor?

Jerusalem Journalists Association and International Federation of Journalists wage two-year battle to free Bubacarr Ceesay from prison for being illegal infiltrator; Ceesay claims fled persecution for being journalist in native Gambia.

By Tomer Zarchin

So is Bubacarr Ceesay a courageous investigative journalist who fled his native Gambia because he was threatened by the authorities, whom he had criticized? Or is he an impostor, seeking asylum in Israel on the strength of forged press credentials? For two years, the Jerusalem Journalists Association and the International Federation of Journalists has been waging a legal battle against the Interior Ministry's Refugee Status Department, which believes that Ceesay, who has been held at Saharonim Prison for the past two years, is merely an illegal infiltrator.

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Gambia: Breaking News: Gambian First Lady Arrives In The US On Vacation!
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (3877 reads)

Gambian First Lady Arrives In The US On Vacation!

Gambia’s First Lady Zeinab Suma Jammeh, accompanied by a seventeen member delegation arrived in the United States on Sunday onboard a special flight, the Freedom Newspaper can report.  The First Lady is hosted at her multimillion dollars Mary Land home.   She is expected to spend two weeks in the US before returning to Banjul on July 10th, sources said.  It’s estimated that it would cost the state several millions of Gambian dalasi to fund her trip.  Her expenses include: food, drinks, shopping spree, and other social entertainments.  Zeinab’s delegation are also provided with  lodging, and food. It’s an expensive trip. 

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 (1870 reads)


By Burama Jammeh

Yahya and AP(F)R has abused the rights of Gambians beginning with the overthrow of Jawara’s People’s Progressive Party (PPP). He has since continued to rule the nation under the pretense of democracy with periodic elections that are anything but “free and fair”. These elections registered known non-citizens, incomplete/inaccurate electoral registers, no practical petitioning/verification process since there is no standard documentations that earn a voter card, no separation of government and AP(F)RC and above all intimidations and inducements at actual casting and counting of casted votes. In addition Yahya has absolute control over Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) including who gets hired or fired. Yahya even threatened Gambians at the many campaign rallies that elections will not remove him from power, he sacrificed his life and no way to hand over power to the corrupt even if he looses. He also threatened the largely illiterate voting population that no vote for him means “no-development” for that area/those people.  It is obvious the basic divisions of roles and responsibilities in democratic governance do not exist in Gambia and Yahya is A – Z.

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Gambia: Breaking News: Gambian Security Agents Question Nigerian Journalist!
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 (2421 reads)

Gambian Security Agents Question Nigerian Journalist!

Ahmed Alota, a Nigerian journalist, and also an Academician is having rough time with Gambia’s notorious secret intelligent agents.  He was invited for questioning on Monday—few hours after the just concluded Gambia Press Union Congress, which led to the inauguration of  a  new Executive led by Bai Emil Touray.  Mr. Alota’s case is a complex, and funny one for that matter—even though Mr. Alota himself is refusing to discuss, or make his NIA encounter public.  He has good reasons to remain mute over the matter.  But the Freedom Newspaper can report with authority that the Nigerian writer is a victim of state persecution.  He is being grilled over a wide range of issues: Chiefly his affiliation with the former GPU President Ndey Tapha Sosseh, cum Coalition For Change Leader, The GPU Congress, among other issues. 

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Gambia: Breaking News: President Jammeh Leaves Banjul Wednesday For Equatorial Guinea!
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 (3289 reads)

President Jammeh Leaves Banjul Wednesday For Equatorial Guinea!

President Yaya Jammeh will on Wednesday be accompanied by a high powered delegation to attend the 17 ordinary session of the African Union Summit in Malamo Equatorial Guinea, the state media reported.  Mr. Jammeh will be  at the Banjul International Airport at 12 noon.  The general public have been asked to be at the airport to see off the Head of State.  Members of the Diplomatic Community, including state Ministers are expected to be at the airport to bid farewell to Mr. Jammeh.  Mr. Jammeh, has been arch critic of the African Union. He criticizes the body for its failure to condemn the election of Alassane Ouattara. Mr. Jammeh opines that Ouattara was the handpicked “Presidential puppet” for France. The Gambian leader publicly rallied his support for his onetime friend and close ally Laurent Gbagbo, who he described as the legitimate leader of Ivory Coast.

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Gambia: Unite on The Fundamentals of Democracy
Monday, June 27, 2011 (2966 reads)

Unite on The Fundamentals of Democracy

By Burama Jammeh

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 The Gambia gained Independence on February 18, 1965 - this is 46 years of nationhood. The dreams of self-rule - self-esteem, self-reliance, development, dignity and prosperity have since been unrealized. We pay taxes and basic services are anything but desire. The nations development budget is entirely foreign aid funded and another billions of dollars enter the nation through Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Yet, we’re poorer and sicker today than 46 years ago with life expectancy of a male Gambian in the upper forties (some estimates are 47 years).   An average chimpanzee in the wild will live longer than an average male Gambian.  The illiteracy levels are estimated over 60% of the population with dwindling education standards.

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Gambia: Boycott the 2011 elections
Monday, June 27, 2011 (3070 reads)

Boycott the 2011 elections

By A. Koroma

The discovery of 4 truck-load of APRC supporters, transported from Mauritania to Banjul and accompanied by the Gambian Ambassador to Mauritania, for the purposes of registering them to vote in the coming General Elections under the most dubious of circumstances is yet more indication of the determination of the corrupt and repressive regime of Yahya Jammeh to steal the 2011 elections, as he's done in successive presidential elections, since the first, in 1996. These latest developments in the vote registrations exercise warrant serious consideration by the opposition to boycott the presidential elections in 2011 as a means of drawing the attention of the international community to the corrupt electoral process - a process that needs to be supervised by external parties to ensure a fair and transparent registration process regime of Yahya Jammeh.

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