Archive | April 2016

Breaking News: Nogoi Njie and Fatou Camara are said to be Alive but Wounded

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Nogoi Njie

According to reliable sources on the ground, Nogoi Njie and Fatou Camara are alive, but they have been severely beaten the authorities are keeping them from public view in order to buy time for their recovery. However, our sources said they are yet to establish the whereabouts of the other people from the group of Solo Sandeng, Modou Ngum and Fatoumata Jawara but they promised to continue their search.

Meanwhile, today 28 April 2016 was another court appearance for Ousainou Darboe and Co. in the Gambia where the state has continued to derail the court proceedings just as they did in previous sittings. As usual, the defendants appeared in court amid heavy police escorts, but arm paramilitary officers are less visible today in the vicinity of the court. According to our sources on the ground, Ousainou and Co. also appeared in buoyant mood and in high spirits as some of the defendants could be seen smiling and waving at the public. Continue reading

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Jammeh Has Mis-Calculated People’s Power: But He Shouldn’t Survive this


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Women at the forefront of Liberation in The Gambia with their Plastic calabash

Lawyer Ousainou Darboe and Co’s trial continues at the high court in Banjul today 27th April 2016 and the amount of people that converged in Banjul to attend the appearance in court of their leaders was over the limit of Jammeh’s likings. The people of the Gambia are answering to the long awaited call for liberation and if anyone doubts it, you only need to look at the pictures and activities all around the world. Since the arrest and subsequent detention and torture to death of Solo Sandeng and Co, Gambian people have answered to the call to go and complete the liberation he started with his group. Gambians in the UK, Germany, USA, Holland, France and Senegal have all stood up and protested against the killings and detentions of 14th and 16 April 2016 protesters. The turnout has been and it must continue to be good in order to get back our country from the worse dictator the world has seen in the whole of 20th and 21st century. Continue reading

Lawyer Darboe and 34 other People Charged Excluding Solo and Co

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Lawyer Ousainou Darboe and Co, Protesting against the detention and subsequent killings of three Party members

The leader of United Democratic Party (UDP), Gambia’s main opposition party,  Lawyer Ousainou Darboe and his fellow arrestees have been arraigned before the high court in Banjul. Mr Darboe who was arrested on the 16th April 2016 with his fellow protesters for staging a peaceful protest in demanding the release of Mr Solo Sandeng et. al are bogusly charged with the following six counts: Continue reading