Kitty Accident Victims Get D150,000

[The Point] Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson for the coalition government, has said the Gambia government has given D150,000 to the families of the 30 victims who were involved in car accident in the village of Kitty.

[The Point] Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson for the coalition government, has said the Gambia government has given D150,000 to the families of the 30 victims who were involved in car accident in the village of Kitty.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Govt to Review Election Amendment Act

[The Point] Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson of the coalition government, has told the media at a press conference that President Adama Barrow desires to begin with the process of electoral reform before the National Assembly election with all the elect…

[The Point] Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson of the coalition government, has told the media at a press conference that President Adama Barrow desires to begin with the process of electoral reform before the National Assembly election with all the election stakeholders, including the political parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Malik Jones, Redeployed, Ministry of Information

[The Point] According to official sources, Mr Malik Jones, who was appointed last December to serve as Director General at the Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRTS), was on Friday redeployed to the Ministry of Information, Communication, and Infr…

[The Point] According to official sources, Mr Malik Jones, who was appointed last December to serve as Director General at the Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRTS), was on Friday redeployed to the Ministry of Information, Communication, and Infrastructure as deputy Permanent Secretary, a post he held before.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Cabinet Ministers Trained On Good Governance

[The Point] A day’s training on Good Governance and Operational Excellence for the newly-sworn in Cabinet ministers, organised by GK Partners and the Office of the President, was held at the Kairaba Beach Hotel on Saturday.

[The Point] A day's training on Good Governance and Operational Excellence for the newly-sworn in Cabinet ministers, organised by GK Partners and the Office of the President, was held at the Kairaba Beach Hotel on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

We Should Be More Vigilant

[The Point] The talk of the town over the weekend and this week is about the man – the former State House security guard – who was apprehended on Friday at the King Fahad Mosque with a pistol with a silencer, which was discovered in the pocket of his v…

[The Point] The talk of the town over the weekend and this week is about the man - the former State House security guard - who was apprehended on Friday at the King Fahad Mosque with a pistol with a silencer, which was discovered in the pocket of his vest by state security officials using a metal detector.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Egypt’s Finance Minister Says Inflation Yet to Reach Its Peak

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt’s finance minister Amr al-Garhy said inflation is expected to continue rising, reaching its peak sometime in the first quarter of the year, as a result of supply shocks following the pound flotation and the increase in fuel…

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt's finance minister Amr al-Garhy said inflation is expected to continue rising, reaching its peak sometime in the first quarter of the year, as a result of supply shocks following the pound flotation and the increase in fuel prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

When Will Liberians Finally Take Their Presidency Seriously?

[Observer] Perhaps the more cogent (logical) question this Editorial should be asking is: How many more presidential candidates should we expect before the registration door closes?

[Observer] Perhaps the more cogent (logical) question this Editorial should be asking is: How many more presidential candidates should we expect before the registration door closes?

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

English-speakers Asked to Send Kids Back to School

[VOA] Officials in Cameroon are calling on parents in English-speaking areas to send their children back to school, as the Central African country grapples with a continued divide over language.

[VOA] Officials in Cameroon are calling on parents in English-speaking areas to send their children back to school, as the Central African country grapples with a continued divide over language.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon