Gambian Writer Publishes Book On First 100 Days of Coalition Govt – Calls for Support to Print More Copies

[Daily Observer] A prolific Gambian author, Dr. Seedy Drammeh has recently published a new book entitled: ‘The First 100 Days of the Coalition Government; Promoting Justice, Democracy and International Relations.’

[Daily Observer] A prolific Gambian author, Dr. Seedy Drammeh has recently published a new book entitled: 'The First 100 Days of the Coalition Government; Promoting Justice, Democracy and International Relations.'

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St, Big FAA Set for Debut London Concert

[Daily Observer] Two of Gambia’s phenominal artistes are set to thrill their fans in what could be described as their first-ever performance in London, United Kingdom.

[Daily Observer] Two of Gambia's phenominal artistes are set to thrill their fans in what could be described as their first-ever performance in London, United Kingdom.

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Nawec Signs 2 Million Euros EPC Contract

[Daily Observer] The National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) has yesterday, signed an EPC contract of 2million Euros for replacement of an 8.9MW generator at the Brikama II Power Plant at a ceremony held at a local hotel in Kololi.

[Daily Observer] The National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) has yesterday, signed an EPC contract of 2million Euros for replacement of an 8.9MW generator at the Brikama II Power Plant at a ceremony held at a local hotel in Kololi.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Gambian Women Face With Many Breastfeeding Challenges-Health Minister

[Daily Observer] The minister of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW) Saffie Lowe-Ceesay has stated that Gambian women are face with many challenges to breastfeeding, among them is long working hours, psychosocial pressure, and inadequate lactation suppor…

[Daily Observer] The minister of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW) Saffie Lowe-Ceesay has stated that Gambian women are face with many challenges to breastfeeding, among them is long working hours, psychosocial pressure, and inadequate lactation support from male partners at home and in work places. She said that it also included inadequate access to skill breastfeeding counselling and aggressive marketing of breast milk substitutes.

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2017 Dakar General Assembly a Huge Success Says Rotarian Dr Kalala

[Daily Observer] The chartered president of Rotary Club of Brusubi/Serrekunda has described the 2017 General Assembly of Rotary International held recently in Dakar, Senegal as a huge success.

[Daily Observer] The chartered president of Rotary Club of Brusubi/Serrekunda has described the 2017 General Assembly of Rotary International held recently in Dakar, Senegal as a huge success.

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Coach Sise Invites 37 Players for Training Ahead of Wafu

[Daily Observer] In preparation for the WAFU Cup of Nations in Ghana next month, the newly appointed head coach of the CHAN Team, Coach Omar Sise has invited 37 players for pre-selection training. The team started training on Thursday at the Goal Proje…

[Daily Observer] In preparation for the WAFU Cup of Nations in Ghana next month, the newly appointed head coach of the CHAN Team, Coach Omar Sise has invited 37 players for pre-selection training. The team started training on Thursday at the Goal Project with 26 players turning for the first training session.

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Last ‘Set-Settal’ Was Purposely to Sabotage KMC – Mayor Colley

[Daily Observer] The lord mayor of the Kanifing Municipality, Yankuba Colley, yesterday told journalists in a press conference at his office that the recent National Cleansing Exercise locally known as set-settal, was purposely to sabotage his council.

[Daily Observer] The lord mayor of the Kanifing Municipality, Yankuba Colley, yesterday told journalists in a press conference at his office that the recent National Cleansing Exercise locally known as set-settal, was purposely to sabotage his council.

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Detective Officer Mistaken for Thief, Beaten Severely By Youths in Urr

[Daily Observer] A Detective officer, Corporal Momodou Bah, attached at the Basse Police Station who went to visit a friend at ToubaYoppa was beaten severely by the youths of JahKunda village in Wulli West District of the Upper River Region (URR), who …

[Daily Observer] A Detective officer, Corporal Momodou Bah, attached at the Basse Police Station who went to visit a friend at ToubaYoppa was beaten severely by the youths of JahKunda village in Wulli West District of the Upper River Region (URR), who mistook him for a thief.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia