Fibank Purchases Set of Jerseys for Zonals

[Foroyaa] GFF News-Proud sponsors (FiBank) of Gambia Football Federation’s most prestigious Summer Football Championship Super Nawettan have finalized arrangements ahead for the official kick off of the country’s most watched community football.

[Foroyaa] GFF News-Proud sponsors (FiBank) of Gambia Football Federation's most prestigious Summer Football Championship Super Nawettan have finalized arrangements ahead for the official kick off of the country's most watched community football.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Between Gambia and Turkey Reactivated

[Foroyaa] Members of the National Assembly on Wednesday reactivated the Inter-Parliamentary friendship between the National assembly of the Gambia and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

[Foroyaa] Members of the National Assembly on Wednesday reactivated the Inter-Parliamentary friendship between the National assembly of the Gambia and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Mumba’s National Executive Committee Meeting ‘Illegal’

[Zambia Reports] MMD Die Hard Youth National Coordinator Gerald Chiluba says former MMD president Dr Mumba should stop masquerading as party leader when his motive is to clinch a diplomatic job.

[Zambia Reports] MMD Die Hard Youth National Coordinator Gerald Chiluba says former MMD president Dr Mumba should stop masquerading as party leader when his motive is to clinch a diplomatic job.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Ogoni Cleanup – Mosop Laments Delay, Says Land, Water Still Contaminated

[Vanguard] Port Harcourt -THE Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People, MOSOP, has expressed fears over the continuous deferral in the commencement of the actual cleanup of Ogoni land. MOSOP stated that Ogoni lands and water were still polluted, addin…

[Vanguard] Port Harcourt -THE Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People, MOSOP, has expressed fears over the continuous deferral in the commencement of the actual cleanup of Ogoni land. MOSOP stated that Ogoni lands and water were still polluted, adding that the people could not resume fishing and farming due to the delay in the cleanup.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria