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THE SITUTION OF RURAL PEOPLE Part Two

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LIFE OF THE RURAL PEOPLE 2people of the rural area in terms of the facilities and services rendered to them. As we commemorate our sovereignty, this column will feature the real conditions of the rural people to show how they fared after 45 years, minus the 2 years of the AFPRC Transitional period, living in a sovereign republic.

“Bew ak Hebate!” Part 5 (Vain Pride and Prejudice)

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By Amie Sillah Anti men Njiils develops an anti-men attitude and lives a secluded life of work and coming Marriageback home buried in love novels to escape time. Prof He is deeply worried and confides in everyone he has trust in. He invited a friend whose Orphanage he is patronizing and confided in him.

A young artist on his Drama profession

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Mamour M. Mbenga Foroyaa Arts and Culture interviews Pa Modou Yaffa, a drama actor, on why he Pa Modu Yaffatakes up drama as a profession and other issues. Foroyaa: Can you introduce yourself to our readers? Pa Modou Yaffa: My name is Pa Modou Yaffa, alias Yaffa. I am a Gambian actor who specialises in drama performance.

WC regional Sports Committee suspends BYSA

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By Sulayman Bah The Brikama Youth and Sports Association (BYSA) has been slammed with aBassirou is BYSA’s president suspension by the West Coast Regional Sports Committee, Foroyaa Sport can reveal. It is reported that a letter from the West Coast Regional Sport Committee (WCRSC) was written to the current executive of BYSA

GFF: Kusela not vying for Gambia job

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By Sulayman Bah Former Finland, Belgium and Hungary national team coach Martti KuuselaMartti Kuusela is not among those vying for the vacant top managerial job of the Scorpions, according to the GFF. The position of the coach of the Gambian national team has become

NEDI ex-Coordinator, ex-Accountant Charged with Economic Crime

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By Mamadou Dem Pa Malick Ceesay, National Assembly Member for Lower SaloumPa Malick Ceesay Constituency, who used to be ex- Coordinator for National Enterprise Development Initiative (NEDI), and NEDI’s ex-Accountant, Ismaila Njie, appeared before the Banjul Magistrates’ Court charged with seventeen

AREA COUNCILS YET TO RECEIVE MARCH SALARY

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Abdoulie G. Dibba Apart from the city council and Kanifing municipality, area councils’ staff outside the Greater Banjul Area have also raised concerns over the late payment of their March salaries, which they have not received up to date.

“Sait Matty Jaw Has Committed No Crime” Says Defence Counsel

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By Mamadou Dem Defence attorney for Sait Matty Jaw, the lecturer at the University ofSait Matty Jaw The Gambia (UTG), who is standing trial on four counts before the Banjul Magistrates’ Court, yesterday, 13 April, submitted that his client has committed no crime.

Defence Cross-examines PW2 in Former SG Sabally’s Trial

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By Rohey Jadama Antouman Gaye, defence counsel for Mr. Momodou Sabally, formerModou Sabally SG Secretary General, Head of the Civil Service and Minister of Presidential Affairs , yesterday, 13th April, 2015 cross-examined Mr. Sulayman Jatta, the “Alkali” (village head) of Bijilo and second

LETTER FROM A STUDENT ON CHIBOK ABDUCTION ANNIVERSARY

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FEMALE HEAD FOR SWIMMING

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By Sulayman Bah A new head has been elected to steer Gambia Swimming Association forKhadija Njie-Sanusi four years after an elective congress. From SBEC Swimming club, Mrs. Khadija Njie-Sanusi is elected unopposed following out-going president Pa Alieu Jallow’s decision to withdraw his candidature at a congress held at UTG law faculty.

Brikama closes gap to spice title race

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By Sulayman Bah The race for the title is getting tenser with only slender pointsBirkama united 2 between contending teams with about ten games to the end of the league campaign. The Sateba Boys are fancying their chances to have a go for the staked prize as they pile up pressure on fellow title-chasers.

THE CHILDREN ARE NOW IMITATING VIOLENCE IN WRESTLING HOW MANY WILL SUFFER INJURIES BECAUSE OF FIGHTS

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“I’m not aware of the handing over of corpses,” GAF Spokesperson

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By Kebba Jeffang As families are requesting for the corpses of those linked to the 30 December 2015 insurgency amidst unconfirmed reports that they have been handed over, the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) spokesperson said he is not aware of any such development.

Residents behind Lamin Market appeal for access to highway

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By Kebba Jeffang Some compound owners residing in the outlying area behindFence blocking off the access route the Lamin market are appealing for easy access to the highway and other facilities after having been recently cut off by a newly erected two kilometer long perimeter cement block fence.

Lack of fuel causes acute electricity blackout, water shortage

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By Sailu Bah The constant and widespread electricity blackout and water shortageNAWEC Generation Plant at Kotu which is affecting the urban area in the Gambia for more than a month now is caused by the lack of fuel, according to a press release from the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) read out on GRTS television last evening.

MOHERST AND DST SIGN AGREEMENT

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MOHERST this 1st April 2015 signed an agreement with the Ministry of Science and Technology, known in South Africa as the Department of Science and Technology. This agreement, signed by the Permanent Secretaries of

GFF: FOREIGN COACH FOR SENIORS ‘MOST LIKELY’

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By Sulayman Bah A foreign coach is most likely to be hired to lead Gambia’s seniorGAMBIA DRAW team in the 2017 Nations Cup qualifiers, a top GFF official tells Foroyaa Sport. Gambia are on the verge of filling the coaching job of the senior

Title contenders Gamtel, Real held

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By Sulayman Bah League leaders Gamtel and Champions Real de Banjul on Saturday tied,New leaders for league forcing a drop in points. Wallidan ensured competition for the staked prize is intense after drawing Gamtel in a four-goal-thriller at the Brikama Mini-stadium