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Lamin Fadera

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Lamin Fadera is a sports journalist based in the Gambia

Gambia: Tension heightens over reported return of Yahya Jammeh

There is tension in the Gambia among citizens over the reported return of former President Yahya Jammeh. Several media reports have suggested that Jammeh has...

Gambian-American Samba Baldeh elected US lawmaker in Wisconsin

Gambian-American Samba Baldeh is set to become the first Muslim in Wisconsin State Legislature after victory in the 48th assembly district election in USA. Samba...

Gambia’s draft constitution rejected by lawmakers

Gambia’s lawmakers have rejected a draft constitution to replace the 1997 constitution. The document which was to help reform the country’s governance system could not...

Gambia’s vice president tests positive for Covid-19, President self-isolates

The vice president of the Gambia has tested positive for the Coronavirus according to a statement from the government. "The Office of the President informs...

German officials search house of Gambian player over ‘double identity’

German officials on Thursday conducted a house search in the apartment of Gambian player, Bakery Jatta in Hamburg. According to Germany daily Sport Bild, investigators...

REVEALED: Why Liverpool’s Joe Gomez didn’t play for Gambia

Augustus Gomez the father of Liverpool’s center back Joe Gomez who recently helped his club win their first English premier league title in thirty...

Outrage as U.S. police kill son of Gambian diplomat in Georgia

Gambians are outraged at the killing of one of their fellow citizens, Momodou Lamin Sisay in Georgia, U.S. The 39-year old Sisay was reportedly shot...

Gambia rejects ‘Africa’s biggest sex tourism destination’ label

For years many have referred to The Gambia as a place where sex tourism booms. The country has very nice beaches and has become...

Gambia receives Madagascar’s herbal ‘cure’ for coronavirus

Gambia has become the latest African country to take delivery of Madagascar’s Covid-Organics, a herbal tonic touted as treatment for COVID-19. The West African nation...

Families of Gambian students murdered 20 years ago still cry for justice

It has been two decades since 14 students and one Red Cross volunteer were gun down in cold blood by security forces in Gambia. In...

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Opinion: Embracing the Challenge – A Case for Africa’s Bright Future

2020 was tough not only for Africa and its people but the rest of the world and in no small measure. The Covid-19 pandemic and...

Over 20 migrants die after they were thrown into sea off Djibouti

The United Nation has said more than 20 African migrants died after their smugglers threw them overboard off the coast of Djibouti. According to the...

Over 7,000 Nigerian refugees flee to Niger

Some 7,600 Nigerian refugees have reportedly fled to Niger since January this year. The United Nations which made the revelation said the violence in north-western Nigeria has...

Plane crash kills 10 people in South Sudan

At least ten people have died in a plane crash in South Sudan. The incident occurred in the eastern Jonglei State, at Pieri airstrip shortly...

Morocco cuts all ties with German embassy

Morocco has suspended all ties with the German embassy in the country over its stance on Western Sahara. The suspension of relations was announced by...
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