Pura Receives One TV Application So Far

[Daily Observer] The Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA) has informed the Daily Observer that it has received only one application for TV broadcasting license, as of 30th May 2017.

[Daily Observer] The Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA) has informed the Daily Observer that it has received only one application for TV broadcasting license, as of 30th May 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Defence Objects to Plaintiff Claim in D40, 000 Civil Case

[Daily Observer] Lawyer O. Jallow, legal representative of six people who are defending themselves in a civil suit filed against them by the proprietor of Badala Nursery School, Tijan Ceesay Monday objected to Mr. Ceesay’s claim, describing it as prema…

[Daily Observer] Lawyer O. Jallow, legal representative of six people who are defending themselves in a civil suit filed against them by the proprietor of Badala Nursery School, Tijan Ceesay Monday objected to Mr. Ceesay's claim, describing it as premature, incompetent and abuse of process.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

First Accused Cross-Examines Prosecution Witness in Alleged Drug Case

[Daily Observer] Buba Sillah, a first accused person in a suspected drug case Tuesday cross-examined Modou Lamin Badjie, a narcotics officer attached at the Brikama Drug Agency Department before Magistrate Adama Sillah at the Brikama Magistrates’ Court.

[Daily Observer] Buba Sillah, a first accused person in a suspected drug case Tuesday cross-examined Modou Lamin Badjie, a narcotics officer attached at the Brikama Drug Agency Department before Magistrate Adama Sillah at the Brikama Magistrates' Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Please Get the Heartless Rapist

[Daily Observer] The alleged rapist of an eight-year-old pupil must under no circumstances escape justice for the heinous crime he is alleged to have committed. His crime stretches far beyond the level of the victim’s family, considering the nature and…

[Daily Observer] The alleged rapist of an eight-year-old pupil must under no circumstances escape justice for the heinous crime he is alleged to have committed. His crime stretches far beyond the level of the victim's family, considering the nature and circumstances of the offence as per published in our last edition.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

First Prosecution Witness Ends Testimony in Soldier Njie Pistol Trial

[Daily Observer] Jali Senghore, first prosecution witness in the trial of Sergeant Babucarr Njie, officer of The Gambia Armed Forces who is facing a charge of going armed in public Monday ended his testimony in the case before Principal Magistrate Isat…

[Daily Observer] Jali Senghore, first prosecution witness in the trial of Sergeant Babucarr Njie, officer of The Gambia Armed Forces who is facing a charge of going armed in public Monday ended his testimony in the case before Principal Magistrate Isatou Janneh-Njie at the Banjul Magistrates' Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

42 Teams to Take Part in the Brikama Nawettan Qualifying Round

[Daily Observer] Forty-two football teams across Brikama and its surroundings will take part in the Brikama Sports Committee ‘Nawettan’ qualifying round, which will start on Friday 2nd June.

[Daily Observer] Forty-two football teams across Brikama and its surroundings will take part in the Brikama Sports Committee 'Nawettan' qualifying round, which will start on Friday 2nd June.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GAF Warns Businesses, Individuals Using Military Items, Wears to Desist

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) has issued a strict warning to some businesses, individuals in the habit of importing, selling or using military items and wears to desist from the act.

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) has issued a strict warning to some businesses, individuals in the habit of importing, selling or using military items and wears to desist from the act.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Benedict Jammeh, Three Former NDEA Officials Freed On Abuse of Office, Other Charges

[Daily Observer] The former executive director of Gambia’s then National Drug Law Enforcement Agency -NDEA- and three other executive members of the Agency have been freed by Justice Mattias Olusegun Agboola at the High Court in Banjul on multiple char…

[Daily Observer] The former executive director of Gambia's then National Drug Law Enforcement Agency -NDEA- and three other executive members of the Agency have been freed by Justice Mattias Olusegun Agboola at the High Court in Banjul on multiple charges that were levied on them, including abuse of office.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Don’t Mess With Our Peace’

[NEWS] Ahead of the October 2017 representatives and presidential elections, the Chairman of the National Traditional Council of Liberia has warned politicians and political parties not to ‘mess’ with the peace the country currently enjoys.

[NEWS] Ahead of the October 2017 representatives and presidential elections, the Chairman of the National Traditional Council of Liberia has warned politicians and political parties not to 'mess' with the peace the country currently enjoys.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

We Must Take Necessary Actions to End Maternal Mortality – President Koroma

[Sierra Leone Government] President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma Wednesday 31 May 2017 urged health workers, traditional and religious leaders to take necessary action to address maternal and child mortality in the country.

[Sierra Leone Government] President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma Wednesday 31 May 2017 urged health workers, traditional and religious leaders to take necessary action to address maternal and child mortality in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone