[The Point] Former CDS and minister for Interior, Retired Colonel Babucar Jatta in his TRRC testimony on the 2005 West African migrants' incident, stated that the matter was a state-ordered-execution handled by the soldiers and sanctioned by former pre...
[The Point] Mawlud Faal of The Gambia Police Force (GPF) and Ousman Jallow of the State Intelligence Service (SIS) yesterday testified before the TRRC, giving recollections of their knowledge on the arrest and detention of about 52 West African migrant...
[The Point] Great initiatives have been taken recently by the government to launch an agricultural project to boost small holder activities in agricultural production. The Ministry of Agriculture must be commended for thinking about how to enhance the ...
[The Point] Ebrima Habibou Fatty, a rising Gambian author recently launched his maiden book titled 'Ayeh Jii'.
[The Point] The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mamadou Tangara, on Tuesday 23 February received copies of Letters of Credence from the Ambassadors of Belgium and the Kingdom of Spain accredited to The Gambia.
[The Point] Former President, H.E. Goodluck Jonathan, is hosting a three-day brainstorming session with leaders of the 15 main political parties from Gambia, as part of efforts to build a consensus around writing a new constitution for the country.
[The Point] The management of the Gambia's leading poultry processing company, EMPASS has called for government intervention in addressing their challenges and constraints to expand their chicken production business in the country.
[The Point] The board chairperson of The Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA), Lucy Faye, has applauded the staff and management of GRA for the unprecedented revenue collection in 2020.
[The Point] The U.S. Secretary of State has extended message of congratulations to the people of The Gambia in marking 56th anniversary of nationhood with a note that 2021 is a year of prospect for referendum on draft Constitution and national elections.
[The Point] Senegal has offered 20,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to The Gambia and Guinea Bissau as a show of solidarity with its West African neighbors, Senegalese media reported on Monday.