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My journey from Nairobi to Banjul in The Gambia (photos)

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Any trip to a foreign country starts with a lot of preparations to make sure that everything goes well.    As usual I booked flight tickets, accommodation at the Senegambia Hotel, downloaded […]

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Events at the African Commission in Banjul, Gambia (photos)

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The 73rd Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights is happening in Banjul Gambia.    This is one of the most important gathering of one of the organs […]

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My first impression of The Gambia

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Upon arrival at the airport in The Gambia, a republic with a population of 2.4 million people, you won’t help but think how small is their airport.      When you are […]

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President Adama Barrow of Gambia declares state of emergency

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Gambian President Adama Barrow on Wednesday declared a state of emergency following a rise in coronavirus cases. President Barrow also imposed a three-week 10pm to 5am nationwide curfew.   Gambia’s borders and […]

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Three Gambian cabinet ministers test positive for Covid-19

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Three ministers in The Gambia have tested positive for Covid-19, says the presidency. President Adama Barrow went into isolation last week after vice-president Isatou Touray tested positive for the deadly virus. The […]

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Sports

Coronavirus: The Gambia declares season null and void

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The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) is the latest African football federation to declare its season ‘null and void’ due to the global coronavirus pandemic. The federation published a statement on its website […]

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Rest in Peace Prof. George Magoha (former CS Education)

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It’s with profound sadness that we have learnt the death of Prof. George Magoha.  He most recently served as the Cabinet Secretary for Education in Kenya.    He was a renown scholar, […]

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