Sulayman Makalo on 06th Aug

Reporters Without Borders (RSF)has expressed alarmed by the judicial uncertainty hanging over Gambian journalist Alagie...

Sulayman Makalo on 06th Aug

Authorities in The Gambia have on Wednesday charged a local journalist who went missing in mid-July with sedition in the...

Sulayman Makalo on 31st Jul

When one thinks of human rights in Africa, The Gambia might spring to mind as an example of a country with a domestic...

Sulayman Makalo on 28th Jul

The United States has called on the regime in The Gambia to respect its human rights obligations and release all other...

Sulayman Makalo on 26th Jul

Many of the reported 200 detainees released from Gambia’s notorious Mile 2 prison in Banjul are trying to get out of...

Sulayman Makalo on 26th Jul

The release on Friday of high profile prisoners by the authorities in Gambia has prompted mixed reactions in and outside...

Sulayman Makalo on 24th Jul

Gambia’s criminal ruler, Yaya AJJ Jammeh, came to power through a military-backed overthrow on July 22nd 1994. Since...

Sulayman Makalo on 24th Jul

The release of at least 200 prisoners in the West African nation of The Gambia is a welcome step forward for human rights...

Sulayman Makalo on 22nd Jul

Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh has said that he has pardoned all prisoners including those charged with treason from 1994...

Sulayman Makalo on 22nd Jul

Amnesty International’s regional director for West and Central Africa, Alioune Tine has reflected on what the 21st...