Some Detainees Still Not Released By the NIA

[Foroyaa] Some detainees who were arrested and detained without trial under former president Jammeh’s regime are yet to be released. Family members who keep knocking the doors of Foroyaa are lamenting the situation and conditions of their relatives, fr…

[Foroyaa] Some detainees who were arrested and detained without trial under former president Jammeh's regime are yet to be released. Family members who keep knocking the doors of Foroyaa are lamenting the situation and conditions of their relatives, friends and loved ones. The only issue that remains is that they want to know the whereabouts of their loved ones.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Bunja Sanyang Under Police Custody for Four Days

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bunja Sanyang, a ‘gele gele’ driver and resident of Bakoteh, was arrested by 2 men in plain clothes, who took him to the police headquarters in Banjul, where he has so far spent 4 days without access to his loved ones, according to his wife.

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bunja Sanyang, a 'gele gele' driver and resident of Bakoteh, was arrested by 2 men in plain clothes, who took him to the police headquarters in Banjul, where he has so far spent 4 days without access to his loved ones, according to his wife.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

UN Secretary-General’s Message On Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM

[Foroyaa] Female genital mutilation denies women and girls their dignity, endangers their health, and causes needless pain and suffering, with consequences that endure for a lifetime and can even be fatal. Sustainable development demands full human rig…

[Foroyaa] Female genital mutilation denies women and girls their dignity, endangers their health, and causes needless pain and suffering, with consequences that endure for a lifetime and can even be fatal. Sustainable development demands full human rights for all women and girls. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development promises an end to this practice by 2030. On this Day of Zero Tolerance, let us build on positive momentum and commit to intensifying global action against this heinous human rights violation for

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Chan – Mali Test for Gambia

[Foroyaa] Gambia will get another chance at making it to the CHAN tournament proper after suffering a brutal exit the  last time two years ago.

[Foroyaa] Gambia will get another chance at making it to the CHAN tournament proper after suffering a brutal exit the  last time two years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Over 30 Injuried in a Car Accident

[Foroyaa] Information reaching this medium has it that 32 people in Kitty Village in the Kombo Central District of West coast Region of the Gambia sustained injuries at about 21:45 hrs on Saturday January 4 when a taxi lost control and ran into them, a…

[Foroyaa] Information reaching this medium has it that 32 people in Kitty Village in the Kombo Central District of West coast Region of the Gambia sustained injuries at about 21:45 hrs on Saturday January 4 when a taxi lost control and ran into them, a survivor said.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Will the Appointment of the Chief Justice Follow That of the Ministers?

[Foroyaa] The resignation of Chief Justice Fagbenle during the impasse in transferring executive power from outgoing president Jammeh to incoming President Barrow left a vacuum in the judicial system which has to be filled as quickly as possible even t…

[Foroyaa] The resignation of Chief Justice Fagbenle during the impasse in transferring executive power from outgoing president Jammeh to incoming President Barrow left a vacuum in the judicial system which has to be filled as quickly as possible even though the most senior judge could act as Chief Justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Eskom Will Not Oppose Anti-Nuke Deal Litigation

[GroundUp] Eskom will not oppose court action challenging the legality of government decisions around the procurement process for a fleet of new nuclear reactors. The utility said in papers filed in the Western Cape High Court that it would abide by th…

[GroundUp] Eskom will not oppose court action challenging the legality of government decisions around the procurement process for a fleet of new nuclear reactors. The utility said in papers filed in the Western Cape High Court that it would abide by the court's decision in this matter.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa