GTSC Commissions Guinea Bissau Express Service

[Daily Observer] Barely a little over three months after commissioning Banjul-Koundara express service, The Gambia Transport Service Company on Sunday launched another express services, this time, Banjul-Guinea Bissau.

[Daily Observer] Barely a little over three months after commissioning Banjul-Koundara express service, The Gambia Transport Service Company on Sunday launched another express services, this time, Banjul-Guinea Bissau.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea Bissau

Steve’s Yanbian Continue Early Season Struggles

[Daily Observer] Scorpions winger Bubacarr Trawally’s Yanbian Funde have continued their struggles in the Chinese Super League with their latest defeat coming against Guangzhou R&F on Saturday.

[Daily Observer] Scorpions winger Bubacarr Trawally's Yanbian Funde have continued their struggles in the Chinese Super League with their latest defeat coming against Guangzhou R&F on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Sjag 2017 Sports Award, Gala – Organisers Hopeful of Successful Event

[Daily Observer] The Annual National Sports Award and Gala Night, organized by the Sports Journalists’ Association of The Gambia (SJAG) has been scheduled for 22 April 2017.

[Daily Observer] The Annual National Sports Award and Gala Night, organized by the Sports Journalists' Association of The Gambia (SJAG) has been scheduled for 22 April 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Defence Cross Examines Narcotics Officer

[Daily Observer] The lawyer representing suspected drug peddlers has cross-examined John Sylva, a narcotics officer on the two counts against Ebrima Ndow, Bakary Jarju, Pa Matarr Darboe, Ousman Dumbuya and Abdoulie Chaw.

[Daily Observer] The lawyer representing suspected drug peddlers has cross-examined John Sylva, a narcotics officer on the two counts against Ebrima Ndow, Bakary Jarju, Pa Matarr Darboe, Ousman Dumbuya and Abdoulie Chaw.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Remains of December 30th Attackers Exhumed

[Daily Observer] The remains of Lieutenant Colonel Lamin Sanneh, former commanding officer of the State Guard’s Battalion, Captain Njaga Jagne of 149 Infantry Battalion of the Kentucky National Guard in the U.S. and Alhagie Nyass have been exhumed.

[Daily Observer] The remains of Lieutenant Colonel Lamin Sanneh, former commanding officer of the State Guard's Battalion, Captain Njaga Jagne of 149 Infantry Battalion of the Kentucky National Guard in the U.S. and Alhagie Nyass have been exhumed.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Naccug’s Savings Catapult to D818m – Chairman

[Daily Observer] The chairman of the National Association of Cooperative Credit Unions of The Gambia (NACCUG) has disclosed that the union’s savings during the period has increased from GMD757 million in December 2015 to GMD818 million in December 2016…

[Daily Observer] The chairman of the National Association of Cooperative Credit Unions of The Gambia (NACCUG) has disclosed that the union's savings during the period has increased from GMD757 million in December 2015 to GMD818 million in December 2016, representing a growth rate of 8.1%.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GBA Protests Against Appointment of Nigerian Judges

[Daily Observer] Members of The Gambia Bar Association (GBA) have protested against the appointment of four High Court Judges, which they claimed was not in line with the Constitution of The Republic of The Gambia 1997.

[Daily Observer] Members of The Gambia Bar Association (GBA) have protested against the appointment of four High Court Judges, which they claimed was not in line with the Constitution of The Republic of The Gambia 1997.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘National Assembly My Home’ – Banjul North Independent Candidate

[The Point] Modou Sillah, independent candidate who called the National Assembly his home said that if anyone who wants to know more about Parliament and want to know the dos and the don’ts let them consult him because he knows the place more than anyo…

[The Point] Modou Sillah, independent candidate who called the National Assembly his home said that if anyone who wants to know more about Parliament and want to know the dos and the don'ts let them consult him because he knows the place more than anyone else, which is why he considered the place his second home.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia