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The Trans-Gambia Highway project, financed by the government of The Gambia at a tune of D1, 285, 684, 265 (one billion, two hundred and eighty five million, six hundred and eighty four thousand and two hundred and sixty five dalasi) has been
President Yahya Jammeh has once again launched another attack on homosexuals or gays, calling them vermin, and vowing that his government "will fight them the same way we are fighting malaria-causing mosquitoes". In an Independence Day anniversary
Recently in the month of October 2013 the West African state, The Gambia, withdrew from the British Commonwealth. The latter is the 54-member grouping including Britain and most of its former colonies. The reason which the President of Gambia gave as
President Yahya Jammeh has accused Senegal of harbouring and aiding Gambian dissidents plotting to destabilize his regime, and he has vowed not to get involved in helping to resolve the Casamance crisis until Senegal changes its attitude towards The
The cheque was presented by the Taiwanese Ambassador to The Gambia, H.E. Samuel Chen, and was received on behalf of the government by the newly appointed Secretary General and Head of the Civil Service and Minister for Presidential Affairs, Hon.
Africa that will conform to Africa's produce so that its raw materials can be processed in the continent, to enable its citizens have the right to be independent from the world market. Summit being held at the Yokohama Conference Centre in Japan. He
His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr. Yahya Jammeh was speaking to waiting reporters Tuesday at the Banjul International Airport, shortly upon arrival from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he attended the 21st Ordinary Session of the Assembly of
The occasion, which took place at the luxury Sheraton Addis Hotel, brought together high-profile dignitaries from The Gambia, among them the secretary general and the head of the Civil Service, Dr. Njogu Bah, who doubles as the minister of
A special envoy of the Senegalese president dispatched to Banjul, on Wednesday said he discussed with the Gambian leader, the existing bilateral relationship between Banjul and Dakar. Foreign Minister Mankeur Ndiaye, shortly after his closed-door
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), was among others geared towards discussing issues such as challenges, progress made and the way forward in relation to disaster, agriculture, livestock, water and sanitation, health, shelter and infrastructure.