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Dying A Thousand Times Before One’s Death

The TRRC should be seen as an opportunity and not a tragedy for one who perpetrates wrong and accepts it. When one hides a wrong one...

The Bargaining For The Future Of The Gambia Has Begun

The social media is bombarded with persons and parties expressing their views and expectations on the lead to and outcome of the 2021 Presidential Elections. Some...

The Need For National Healing

The political atmosphere is charged with debates on alliance building for the presidency, but little is talked about how to redress the suffering of...

TRRC Has Concluded Focus On The Victims

Three years of testimony has caused the tears of the victims to dry up and their hearts are now losing hope of redress. The injustices...

The Death Penalty And The Constitution

The Gambian is in transition. Many things have happened. There have been victims and perpetrators. How is justice to be done to the satisfaction...

Nadd Should Teach All Political Aspirants To Put Tribe Aside And...

In 2006, the UDP allied with the NRP to contest the elections. Many of their supporters calculated that those who were identified to belong...

Insults From Party Enthusiasts Should Be Condemned Without Reservation

No one can decide which country one would hail from; which ethnolinguistic group one could originate from. These come through accidents of birth.              On the other...

Fishing Agreement Or No Fishing Agreement Between Gambia And Senegal?

                         Which Is Which? The Minister of Fisheries and Water Resources did explain to the National Assembly that the Fisheries Agreement between The Gambia and...

How To Restore Peace In Manduar

The two sides of Manduar had never been divided. They walked shoulder to shoulder to bring about change in 2016. They have no reason...

Traditional Rulers And Politics

Since independence village heads and district chiefs have never been allowed to stand above partisan politics so that they can decide the affairs of...

Foroyaa’s Advice To Gambian Musicians

48 percent of the population are considered to be below the poverty line. The total debt is 75 billion dalasi making debt per capita...

The Last Two Weeks To Get Registered Or Be An Alien...

A citizen who has reached the mature age of 18 years without a voter’s card is an alien in his own country. Such a...

The Tragedy Of Dependence

When the first vaccines arrived on Gambian soil the ministry of health had to do a lot of advocacy to convince people to vaccinate....

Coalition Of Presidential Candidates Or Coalition Of Parties Or Both

Coalition 2016 started as a Coalition of Presidential Candidates instead of a Coalition of parties. It is after the meeting of the Presidential candidates...

The Third Week Of Registration

Gambians Take The Voter’s Card Seriously Female Gambians are taking their right to vote more seriously than their male counterparts.  After three weeks of registration...

Foroyaa Gives Balanced Perspectives

Foroyaa has been giving coverage to divergent views and dissenting opinions. Section 208 of the Constitution states: “All State-owned newspapers, journals, radio and television shall afford...

IEC Registers 376,092

The Independent Electoral Commission has informed the nation that, after 19 days of registration of voters, 376,092 voters have already been registered. If this trend...

The Attorney General And Minister Of Justice Promises To Bring The...

In an answer to a question raised by the member for Banjul North on what is next for the Constitution Promulgation Bill that was...

Registration Of Voters Continues

The most important role of a citizen in a democratic society is to have the power to decide who manages the affairs of the...

Could A Report Of The Auditor General Be Kept Secret By...

It is important to help the Gambian population to understand the office of the Auditor General. Section 160 of the Constitution requires the Auditor General...