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Dispute over registration of alleged ‘aliens’ at Sare Ngai resolved

By Lamin Fatty A dispute over the registration of purported non Gambians at Sare Ngai Village, Wulli West Constituency was finally resolved. The dispute involved personnel...

Is Foroyaa’s Letter To The UDP Presidential Candidate, Ousainou Darboe, And...

QUESTION OF THE DAY One reader supporting the UDP wrote that such a request is questioning the ‘Gambianess’ of Ousainou Darboe and is an insult...

Will The Diaspora Participate In The Coming Elections As Voters?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Section 11 of the elections Act provides for the registration of voters to complement section 39 of the Constitution which entitles...

Did Yunus Hydara Accuse Halifa Sallah And Sidia Jatta Of Being...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa will publish what Yunus Hydara had to say in addition to a    transcription of recording that is being circulated by...

ATTESTATION IN BANJUL: Gambia Participates Weigh In

By Demba Bah The Gambia Participates, a youth-led civil society organization has added its voice to the issue of attestation in Banjul. The organization, in a...

Two Appear Before National Assembly Petitions Committee

By Kemeseng Sanneh Abdoulie Tambadou, former Director General of the Gambia Public Procurement Authority (GPPA) now the MD of Social Security and Housing Finance Corporation...

Has Foroyaa Written To The UDP And PDOIS Presidential Candidates To...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Foroyaa has written letters to both the UDP and PDOIS presidential candidates to request for submission of their lineage. We will...

Bundung Alkalo Dismisses CSOs Coalition’s Findings on Issuance of Attestation

By Nelson Manneh The Alkalo of Bundung Momodou Bo Konateh, has trashed the findings of the CSO Coalition regarding his alleged involvement in asking people...

Are Attestations Been Paid For By Claimants?

QUESTION OF THE DAY The IEC has to take the reports of observers seriously so as to provide remedy. The general public should be informed...

Jarra Central Farmland Dispute between Suluko, Sare Jama Communities Still Unresolved

By Louise Jobe The dispute over farmlands between the communities of Suluko and Sare Jama villages in Jarra Central District continues to simmer, without any...

Transport Union President Says Fuel Increment Challenging To Drivers

By Makutu Manneh Omar Ceesay, President of the Gambia Transport Union, has said that the increase in fuel price is challenging to drivers. Speaking in an...

Bundung Alkalo Denies CSO Coalition’s Findings on Issuance of Attestation

By Nelson Manneh The Alkalo of Bundung Momodou Bo Konateh, has denied the findings of the CSO Coalition regarding his alleged involvement in asking people...

Will Any Gambian Benefit By Bringing Instability In The Country?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Of course, any instability in the country will tear the country apart as forces confront invasion from both northern Senegal and...

Potable Water Remains A Challenge To Thousands Of URR Inhabitants

By Lamin Fatty, URR Correspondent Thousands of inhabitants in the Upper River Region (URR) are still decrying the unabated challenge to access potable water on...

Who Is Qualified To Be Registered As A Voter?

QUESTION OF THE DAY Section 12 of the elections act deals with Qualifications for registration. It reads: “(1)  Subject to section 13, a person shall be...

NUMEROUS FISH FOUND ON SANYANG BEACHES

In the midst of protein deficiency in our meals By Hatab Nyang A large quantity of fish have been found on the beaches of Sanyang this...

Could The IEC Be Misled By Section 127(2) Of The Elections...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Section 127 of the Elections Act reads: “(1) Where an issue arises relating to electoral matters which is not addressed by this...

NIA 9 Case: Three Accused Persons Refuse Legal Aid Representation

By Yankuba Jallow Three accused persons in the NIA 9 Case have told a High Court judge, Justice Kumba Sillah-Camara, that they don’t want Legal...

Electrical Facility Issues Bar Sittings at the Banjul High Court Annex

By Yankuba Jallow There were no sittings on Wednesday 9th June 2021, at the Banjul High Court Annex owing to lack of adequate electric facility...

Do The Presidential Candidates For The 2021 Presidential Election Require Background...

QUESTION OF THE DAY Allegations against certain presidential candidates on matters of citizenship has compelled Foroyaa to initiate background check on family origins. Foroyaa will...