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Monday, May 22, 2017

Gambia Ex-President´s 131 landed, 88 Bank Accounts & other assets freezed

Speaking to journalists in a news conference in Banjul, the Attorney General and Justice Minister of the Gambia, Hon Ba Tambadou has on Monday confirmed obtaining a court order freezing or placing a temporary hold on the known assets of the Former President Jammeh and companies directly associated with him.

Gambia´s Info minister impressed with GPU

Fajara: May 22, 2016 - The Minister of Information and Communication Infrastructure, Mr Demba Ali Jawo, accompanied by the Deputy Permanent Secretary, Mr Malick Jones, on Wednesday paid a familiarisation visit to the offices of the Gambia Press Union.
Upon arrival, the minister was given a guided tour of the Gambia Press Union Secretariat and its facilities. During the meeting, the GPU President, Bai Emil Touray, expressed delight at the visit by the minister and his deputy permanent secretary.

Monday, February 27, 2017

Dankeschönfest für die Flüchtlingshelfer



Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz lud am Mittwochabend 22. Februar die FlüchtlingshelferInnen aus dem östlichen Bodenseekreis zu einem Dankeschönfest im Rotkreuzzentrum Friedrichshafen.
Zur Eröffnung der Veranstaltung betonte der Präsident des DRK Bodenseekreis, Herr Kruschnik, kein Mensch verlasse freiwillig seine Heimat, weshalb das Rote Kreuz 2015 gerne die Verantwortung für die Koordination der ehrenamtlichen Flüchtlingshilfe übernommen habe.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Gambia’s presidency probing ‘wrongful’ dismissal of civil servants

Gambia’s newly inaugurated President Adama Barrow charged a panel to review the sacking of thousands of civil servants by the Jammeh administration.
The panel will be hearing from former state employees who were fired between 1997 and 2017 by executive orders from former President Yahya Jammeh.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Gambia’s ‘no stress’ army chief to retain his job

Gambia’s celebrity army chief who has found popularity during the political crisis in the country will not be losing his top military job after Gambians rallied online calling for the new President Adama Barrow to keep him.
Lt. Gen. Ousman Bargie will remain the country’s Chief of Defense Staff, Barrow announced on Saturday.

Friday, January 27, 2017

THE GAMBIA: New president Adama Barrow must reconstruct the country and its sport

by Abdoulie Bah, AIPS Young Reporter, Gambia
BANJUL, January 27, 2017 - At last, Arsenal fan Adama Barrow has become the Head of State of The Republic of The Gambia.
After a chaotic past few weeks in The Gambia as tensions and frustrations over the fragile political situation manifested in almost every aspect of daily life, including sport.
Both players and administrators running various disciplines got caught in the impasse which began early December, after general elections which saw the country’s long serving leader Yahya Jammeh defeated by Adama Barrow. After initially conceding loss, Jammeh made a dramatic U-turn, citing irregularities in the process.

Rousing welcome for Barrow in Gambia

Gambians Thursday evening treated their new President Adama Barrow to a historic tumultuous welcome on his return from a 13-day exile.
President Barrow left Gambia on January 13 for Mali to meet regional leaders to discuss his country's political situation and later proceeded to Dakar, Senegal where he took the oath of office on January 19.