Why Muhammed Jah hiding about QCell when he owns only 33% and the 67% belongs to an Indian Family. Gambians should be told the truth. adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Why Muhammed Jah hiding about QCell when he owns only 33% and the 67% belongs to an Indian Family. Gambians should be told the truth.

Kaw Yerro Why Muhammed Jah hiding about QCell when he owns only 33% and the 67% belongs to an Indian Family. Gambians should be told the truth. Many Gambians believed QCell or Qgroup is own by Muhammed Jah. Recent reports indicates that an Indian Family are the major shareholders of the company. One of their marketing strategies is to tel Gambians that QCell is a Gambian own company and that’s one of the reason why many Gambians wanted to support however if this is found contrary, Gambians deserve some explanation.

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Gambia: Drug dealer pardoned by Barrow, slammed with D1 million fine, 10-year jail term adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Gambia: Drug dealer pardoned by Barrow, slammed with D1 million fine, 10-year jail term

Magistrate Peter Adoh Che of Brikama on Thursday sentenced Ensa Jammeh to a mandatory jail term of ten years with a fine of D1 million in default to serve two years in prison. He was found guilty on a single count of possessing 12kg and 140kg of marijuana for the purposes of trafficking. Delivering the judgment in a packed courtroom, Magistrate Che said the accused testified and called one witness in his defence and tendered no exhibits. The prosecution on the other hand led evidence through five exhibits and tendered…

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Gambia: Gov’t spends D48M on GAF’s feeding adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Gambia: Gov’t spends D48M on GAF’s feeding

Lamin K. Sanyang, the spokesperson of The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF), has stated that as part of the ongoing reforms and constitutional requirement, the Armed Forces is looking at diversifying its roles and responsibilities in order to reposition itself in the productive sectors of The Gambia. “We at the GAF realised that the government spends forty-eight million dalasis each year in purchasing rice alone to feed our troops. Apart from saving government 48 million dalasis each year, we want the millions being spent on the purchase of meat, rice or…

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Sadio Mané paid €270,000 to build a school in his hometown, Bambali in Senegal.

Kaw Yerro Sadio Mané paid €270,000 to build a school in his hometown, Bambali in Senegal. He also built a hospital for his people. He shares 50,000 CFA Francs to different families in his town every month. He also contributed to the planned construction of a stadium in his hometown, Bambali in Senegal.

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TANZANIAN POLICE OFFICER WHO HIRED A FRIEND TO GET HIS WIFE PREGNANT, TAKES HIM TO COURT FOR FAILING TO IMPREGNATE HER AFTER 77 TIMES

Kaw Yerro TANZANIAN POLICE OFFICER WHO HIRED A FRIEND TO GET HIS WIFE PREGNANT, TAKES HIM TO COURT FOR FAILING TO IMPREGNATE HER AFTER 77 TIMES In Dar-es-Salaam, a Tanzanian Court must decide on a honorable intentions in a case where a man hired his neighbor to get his wife pregnant. It seems that Darius Makambako 50 with his wife Precious 45, really wanted to have a child, but the renowned doctor had told the couple,the husband was sterile. There was no doubt, the couple was tired of being in a…

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Usman Dan Fodio(born 15 December 1754, Gobir – died 20 April 1817, Sokoto) was a religious teacher, writer and Islamic promoter, and the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate. adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Usman Dan Fodio(born 15 December 1754, Gobir – died 20 April 1817, Sokoto) was a religious teacher, writer and Islamic promoter, and the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate.

Kaw Yerro Usman Dan Fodio (born 15 December 1754, Gobir – died 20 April 1817, Sokoto) was a religious teacher, writer and Islamic promoter, and the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate. Dan Fodio was one of a class of urbanized ethnic Fulani living in the Hausa States since the early 1400s[6] in what is now northern Nigeria. He was a leader who followed the Sunni Maliki school of Jurisprudence and the Qadiri branch of Sufism. A teacher of the Maliki school of law, he lived in the city-state of Gobir until…

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The Gambia will no longer host the 2019 summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

The Gambia will no longer host the 2019 summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

Kaw Yerro O.I.C. SUMMIT IN GAMBIA POSTPONED. The Gambia will no longer host the 2019 summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Sources have confirmed to The Chronicle that after a series of meetings with Saudi authorities, The Gambia has given the authority to Saudi Arabia to host the summit. According to sources, Foreign Minister Mamadou Tangara led a Gambian delegation to Saudi Arabia about three months ago to discuss the issue with Saudi authorities. The Gambia, according to a credible source in Saudi media circles, requested that Saudi…

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Gambian police have charged one former and a current permanent secretaries and another official at the Ministry of Agriculture in connection with the scandal at the ministry a year ago. However, Omar Jallow, the minister at the time, has not been named among the three who are to be prosecuted. adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Gambian police have charged one former and a current permanent secretaries and another official at the Ministry of Agriculture in connection with the scandal at the ministry a year ago. However, Omar Jallow, the minister at the time, has not been named among the three who are to be prosecuted.

Kaw Yerro OJ Not Among Agaric 3 To Be Prosecuted. Gambian police have charged one former and a current permanent secretaries and another official at the Ministry of Agriculture in connection with the scandal at the ministry a year ago. However, Omar Jallow, the minister at the time, has not been named among the three who are to be prosecuted. Former permanent secretary Sait Drammeh and current permanent secretary Hassan Jallow and Ismaila Bojang, a procurement officer at the Project Coordination Unit of the ministry have been charged with neglect…

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Breaking News, Gambia’s Consul In Accra Accused Of Visa Racketeering adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Breaking News, Gambia’s Consul In Accra Accused Of Visa Racketeering

Kaw Yerro Breaking News Gambia’s Consul In Accra Accused Of Visa Racketeering   The Gambia’s honorary consul in Ghana, Ousainou Mohammed Yaffa and his deputy Mustapha Wally, have been accused of visa racketeering. A whistleblower using the nom de plume, Kofi Kwesi, informed The Standard yesterday that the two orchestrate a complex racket in which they fleece up to US$7,000 from people they help to travel to the West. He alleges that Wally engages with the prospective travellers and regardless of which country the applicant is interested to travel to,…

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Gambia: First crisis simulation exercise takes place along Gambian-Senegalese border adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

Gambia: First crisis simulation exercise takes place along Gambian-Senegalese border

Press release Giboro – In an effort to empower authorities to effectively respond to large-scale population movements, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) organised the first ever crisis simulation exercise along the Gambian-Senegalese border. Held in Giboro, Gambia’s West Coast Region – which hosts the busiest border post with Senegal’s southern Casamance region – the exercise tested actors’ ability to effectively respond in times of crisis; in particular, to provide assistance to vulnerable migrants. Eighty volunteers from the Gambia Red Cross Society (GRCS)…

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