EU recommends for abolition of nominated NAMs adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

EU recommends for abolition of nominated NAMs

By Momodou Torp The European Union election observer mission has recommended that The Gambia should review the power of the president to appoint some members of the National Assembly and instead called for a parliament directly elected by, and accountable to the people. This is contained in the EU election observer mission report published in September 2017. – Advertisement – A follow-up mission is currently in the country to assess the progress on the implementation of the 31 recommendations for improving future electoral processes contained in the 2017 report. Speaking…

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STATE HOUSE SOLDIERS AND SENEGALESE SECURITY ATTACHES REFUSED TO EXECUTE BARROW’S ORDER TO ARREST SACKED DEPUTY CHIEF OF PROTOCOL adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

STATE HOUSE SOLDIERS AND SENEGALESE SECURITY ATTACHES REFUSED TO EXECUTE BARROW’S ORDER TO ARREST SACKED DEPUTY CHIEF OF PROTOCOL

The first fired State House staffer to standup Adama Barrow’s divide and rule game is the former Deputy Chief of Protocol Juma Janneh. Janneh is a native of Kaur. His problems with Adama Barrow stem out over the usage of a vehicle that he was assigned to use. Juma had a rough confrontation (word) with Barrow before leaving the State House, according to sources close to the rookie dysfunctional leader. He reportedly told Barrow in his face: “ Your this corrupt government,” before leaving. An angry Barrow then asked his Senegalese security attaches to arrest Janneh. The Senegalese later turned around and…

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A Sad Day’: Vice Principal Recounts Damages in St. Peter’s Administrative Block Fire Outbreak adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

A Sad Day’: Vice Principal Recounts Damages in St. Peter’s Administrative Block Fire Outbreak

Dozens of ex-pupils ‘certificates, academic results, the school file database, are just  snapshots of the loss endured Tuesday morning when a massive fire gutted the Administrative Block of St. Peter’s Technical Junior and Senior Secondary School in Lamin. The fire began about 1am, the school’s Vice Principal Francis M. Gomez told The Chronicle in an exclusive interview. “I was in bed when the school watchman came knocking on my door nonstop, ‘Mr. Gomez wake up the administrative building is on fire!’ he exclaimed. My first reaction was this cannot be real,”…

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