Nawec FC Protests Against Wrcfa’s Ruling

[Daily Observer] The National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) Football Club is protesting against the ruling of the West Coast Regional Football Association (WCRFA), following the abandonment of their 3rd Division League match with KGH on 1st April.

[Daily Observer] The National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) Football Club is protesting against the ruling of the West Coast Regional Football Association (WCRFA), following the abandonment of their 3rd Division League match with KGH on 1st April.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Regional Meeting On Agro-Ecology, Resilience Kicks Off

[Daily Observer] Action Aid International The Gambia, Action Aid Senegal, Action Aid U.S.A. and International Secretariat yesterday opened a three-day regional meeting on agro-ecology and resilience in Banjul.

[Daily Observer] Action Aid International The Gambia, Action Aid Senegal, Action Aid U.S.A. and International Secretariat yesterday opened a three-day regional meeting on agro-ecology and resilience in Banjul.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Man Guilty of House Breaking, Stealing Convicted to Three Years Imprisonment

[Daily Observer] A man tried on charges of house breaking and stealing have been found guilty by a lower court in Bundung and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by Magistrate George.

[Daily Observer] A man tried on charges of house breaking and stealing have been found guilty by a lower court in Bundung and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by Magistrate George.

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Dakar to Host Ecowas Wrestling Tournament

[Daily Observer] Wrestlers from fourteen member states of the sub-region are expected to be in a competitive mood when the 8th edition of the ECOWAS Traditional Wrestling Tournament holds in Dakar, Senegal from the 12th to the 14th of May 2017 the rele…

[Daily Observer] Wrestlers from fourteen member states of the sub-region are expected to be in a competitive mood when the 8th edition of the ECOWAS Traditional Wrestling Tournament holds in Dakar, Senegal from the 12th to the 14th of May 2017 the released from ECOWAS Bureau in Nigeria informed.

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Tostan-Gambia Disburses D806, 664 to Communities in Urr

[Daily Observer] Tostan-Gambia, an international NGO operating in the Upper River Region of the country, has recently disbursed a sum of D806, 664 to 30 Fula communities, who have recently completed a 3-year holistic Community Empowerment Programme (CM…

[Daily Observer] Tostan-Gambia, an international NGO operating in the Upper River Region of the country, has recently disbursed a sum of D806, 664 to 30 Fula communities, who have recently completed a 3-year holistic Community Empowerment Programme (CMC) in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

More Revelations in NIA 9 Trial

[Daily Observer] A second prosecution witness yesterday testified in the trial of nine former National Intelligence Agency (NIA) officials who are alleged to have being involved in the murder of Solo Sandeng while he was in state custody.

[Daily Observer] A second prosecution witness yesterday testified in the trial of nine former National Intelligence Agency (NIA) officials who are alleged to have being involved in the murder of Solo Sandeng while he was in state custody.

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Ex-SG Njogu Bah Acquitted, Discharged On Office Abuse Charge

[Daily Observer] Principal Magistrate Isatou Janneh-Njie of the Banjul Magistrates’ Court has acquitted and discharged Dr. Njogu Lamin Bah – a onetime secretary general, head of the Civil Service and minister of Presidential Affairs in Gambia’s former …

[Daily Observer] Principal Magistrate Isatou Janneh-Njie of the Banjul Magistrates' Court has acquitted and discharged Dr. Njogu Lamin Bah - a onetime secretary general, head of the Civil Service and minister of Presidential Affairs in Gambia's former government - following the submission of an application by state prosecutor; M. Jobe for the abuse of office charge to be withdrawn on Dr. Bah. Prosecutor Jobe submitted the application pursuant to Section 68(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Dr. Adekunle – the Media Keeps Development of Nations

[Daily Observer] Dr. Adekunle, a lecturer at the School of Journalism and Digital Media, University of The Gambia has stated that the media is the body which keeps the development of nations, as government and other stakeholders are monitored to ensure…

[Daily Observer] Dr. Adekunle, a lecturer at the School of Journalism and Digital Media, University of The Gambia has stated that the media is the body which keeps the development of nations, as government and other stakeholders are monitored to ensure they act positively for the interest of their respective countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia