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Sulayman Makalo on 20th Dec

Gambia: How Yahya Jammeh lost the elections

It is quite obvious that outgoing President Yahya Jammeh was very much surprised by his defeat at the polls which he had never anticipated...

Sulayman Makalo on 06th Dec

The Biggest Election Surprise of the Year May Actually Be in West Africa

Gambian President Yahya Jammeh once vowed to rule his country for “one billion years.” He was only 999,999,978 years off. On Friday,...

Sulayman Makalo on 27th Jul

Gambians in UK condemn Darboe’s conviction

It was Friday afternoon when I emerged from the...

Sulayman Makalo on 05th Jun

The Controversy of Gambia’s Yahya Jammeh in ECOWAS

As Heads of States of the Economic Community of...

Sulayman Makalo on 10th Apr

Gambia: Sixteen years on, families of April 10th victims still waiting for justice

It is 16 years today (April 10) when our own security forces brutally...

Sulayman Makalo on 04th Apr

Jammeh – A part of the Gambia’s problem?

The Gambia, like all other countries, has its own peculiar problems,...

Sulayman Makalo on 28th Mar

Gambia: Happiness and Fulfillment

If you ask people about “happiness and fulfillment”...

Sulayman Makalo on 03rd Mar

Is There Any Hope for Gambian Politics?

The examination of the political environment in The Gambia since...

The time for unity is now: open letter to Gambian political opposition

17 February, 2016 Dear Messrs Bah (NRP), Darboe (UDP), Fatty (GMC)...

Sulayman Makalo on 20th Jan

Gambia: Jammeh agrees to go into exile

Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh, who for weeks had refused to step down after losing the recent election, has confirmed that he...

Sulayman Makalo on 17th Jan

British Tourists fly out of Gambia

Thomas Cook is to fly almost 1,000 UK customers out of the Gambia, following a change in Foreign Office advice due to unrest in the...

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The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has today released a video detailing torture under the regime of Yahya Jammeh of The Gambia. HRW said that there...

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