Fish Dumped Due to Dispute

[Foroyaa] Fish was dumped in Kartong yesterday because the Gunjur and Kartong Fishing Committees following a dispute over the sale of fish that were caught at Kartong.

[Foroyaa] Fish was dumped in Kartong yesterday because the Gunjur and Kartong Fishing Committees following a dispute over the sale of fish that were caught at Kartong.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Probe Into Jammeh’s Assets and Financial Dealings Begins Today

[Foroyaa] Investigations into former President Jammeh’s belongings and financial dealings and gains, are expected to commence today by the Commission of Inquiry, at a local hotel in Banjul. The commission is headed by the Doyen of the Gambian Bar, Sura…

[Foroyaa] Investigations into former President Jammeh's belongings and financial dealings and gains, are expected to commence today by the Commission of Inquiry, at a local hotel in Banjul. The commission is headed by the Doyen of the Gambian Bar, Surahata Janneh, alongside Bai Mass Saine and Abeosy George as members and Alhagie Mamadi Kurang as secretary. Senior Barrister and Solicitor, Amie Bensouda will serve as counsel to the Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

We Should See Each Other As Sovereign Citizens

[Foroyaa] The starting point of Nation building is for all of us to see each other as compatriots, respecting and loving each other’s capacity so that we become assets to the Nation. That’s what national reconciliation means. It is not saying you are r…

[Foroyaa] The starting point of Nation building is for all of us to see each other as compatriots, respecting and loving each other's capacity so that we become assets to the Nation. That's what national reconciliation means. It is not saying you are reconciling some people who are Jola speaking, Mandinka, Fula and those other ethno-linguistic groups because as far as the Republic is concerned, there is no Jola, No woman, No Christians, No Muslim. What is there is Gambian citizen.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Former Adjutant & ADC Beray Jammeh Transferred

[Foroyaa] A former Adjutant of the Gambia National Guard (GNG) Lieutenant Yaya Jammeh and also an ex- Aide de Camp (ADC) Captain Beray Jammeh who were detained at Guards Battalion in Fajara Barracks have been moved to other detention centres in July, 2…

[Foroyaa] A former Adjutant of the Gambia National Guard (GNG) Lieutenant Yaya Jammeh and also an ex- Aide de Camp (ADC) Captain Beray Jammeh who were detained at Guards Battalion in Fajara Barracks have been moved to other detention centres in July, 2017, military sources say.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Information Minister Accused of Pushing Deal for French Firm

[Namibian] Statistician general Alex Shimuafeni, businessman Tobie Aupindi and a dealer linked to the French military jointly own a company that wants to facilitate, monitor, possibly spy and control incoming and outgoing international telecommunicatio…

[Namibian] Statistician general Alex Shimuafeni, businessman Tobie Aupindi and a dealer linked to the French military jointly own a company that wants to facilitate, monitor, possibly spy and control incoming and outgoing international telecommunications of Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Concern Over Veld Fires in Kavango West

[Namibian] Rundu -Councillor of Kahenge constituency and chairperson of the Kavango West Regional Council, Joseph Sivaku has urged residents of the region not to start veld fires.

[Namibian] Rundu -Councillor of Kahenge constituency and chairperson of the Kavango West Regional Council, Joseph Sivaku has urged residents of the region not to start veld fires.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

‘680 Scholarships for Gambia’minister Joof Badara A. Joof

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, Badara A. Joof, has made a pre-announcement of six hundred and eighty scholarships for Gambians to study in Nigerian, Sudan and Morrocan universities. Mr. Joof made this dis…

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, Badara A. Joof, has made a pre-announcement of six hundred and eighty scholarships for Gambians to study in Nigerian, Sudan and Morrocan universities. Mr. Joof made this disclosure in his address at the opening of a three day sector retreat for the Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology MoHERST.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia