Janneh Commission Embarks On Visit At Mining Sites

[Foroyaa] As part of their mandate and responsibility to establish the truth and assess the damages allegedly caused under the former regime, the Janneh Commission of enquiry that is set up by Government to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former President YayaJammeh, and his close associates, yesterday visited mining sites in the coastal areas of Tujering, Sanyang  and Kartong, which were heavily affected by the activities of the mining companies namely, Carnegie Mineral Company, Gamico and

[Foroyaa] As part of their mandate and responsibility to establish the truth and assess the damages allegedly caused under the former regime, the Janneh Commission of enquiry that is set up by Government to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former President YayaJammeh, and his close associates, yesterday visited mining sites in the coastal areas of Tujering, Sanyang  and Kartong, which were heavily affected by the activities of the mining companies namely, Carnegie Mineral Company, Gamico and

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

44 Police Officers Elevated

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Police Force on Thursday 28th September 2017, promoted forty four Police Officers to the rank of Superintended and Assistant Superintendent of Police ((SP, ASP).

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Police Force on Thursday 28th September 2017, promoted forty four Police Officers to the rank of Superintended and Assistant Superintendent of Police ((SP, ASP).

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Executive Order Without Law Should Be a Thing of the Past

[Foroyaa] FOROYAA became concerned when it was mentioned that residents of the AU Villas are being evicted as a result of an Executive order. The major defect of the Jammeh administration is it’s dependence on executive orders that were not backed by l…

[Foroyaa] FOROYAA became concerned when it was mentioned that residents of the AU Villas are being evicted as a result of an Executive order. The major defect of the Jammeh administration is it's dependence on executive orders that were not backed by legal provisions. Hence might became right. The new Gambia should avoid a recurrence. This means that every order given should be published in the Gazette with reference to subsidiary legislation empowering the authority to make the order. In the absence of this, the pu

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

MPs Not Affected By Travel Clearance Order, Immigration Says

[Nation] Director of Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa has denied claims that MPs have been asked to produce travel clearances at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport whenever they are travelling out of the country.

[Nation] Director of Immigration Gordon Kihalangwa has denied claims that MPs have been asked to produce travel clearances at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport whenever they are travelling out of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Navy Foils Piracy Attempt On Indian Vessel in Gulf of Aden

[Shabelle] The Navy’s elite Marcos commandos on Friday foiled a piracy attempt against an Indian carrier with 26 crew members in the Gulf of Aden, a key shipping route near the southern tip of the Red Sea between Somalia and Yemen.

[Shabelle] The Navy's elite Marcos commandos on Friday foiled a piracy attempt against an Indian carrier with 26 crew members in the Gulf of Aden, a key shipping route near the southern tip of the Red Sea between Somalia and Yemen.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia