Archive | 15/05/2016

Gambians urged to Come Out in Large Numbers than Ever to Take the Country from Dictatorship


Lawyer Darboe and the UPD executives protesting on the streets at Kairaba Avenue demanding Solo Sandeng “Dead or Alive” before their arrest

The trial of the United Democratic Party (UDP) leader Lawyer Ousainou Darboe and Co is scheduled to continue at the High Court in Banjul tomorrow 16th May 2016. In the previous sitting, Antouman Gaye and Hawa Ceesay-Sabally the counsels for the defendants, argued the incoherency of the Public Order Act to section (25) of the constitution of the Gambia. Consequently, the case was adjourned for the court to decide whether or not to stay its proceedings on counts 5 and 6, and refer the two counts to the Supreme Court for a determination as applied for by the accused persons, according to reports in the Point Newspaper. Continue reading


In Peace and Freedom Gambia Shall Reign, Ebrima Janko Solo


Mr Ebrima Janko Solo Sandeng, who sacrificed his life for peace and freedom of the Gambia 14th April 2016


Peace and Freedom
In the name of our Motherland,
You sacrificed your life
For Peace and Freedom,
In it people dreamt of change,
A change they never thought is possible;
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