Adama Barrow, Democracy, despotism, Dictatorship, economic exploitation, The Gambia, Tyranny, Yaya Jammeh

Babilimansa; The Vengeful Egomaniac

Back in 2009 at the launching of the Q-Cell head office on Kairaba, sitting in the audience I can still clearly recall getting angry and barely being able to contain that anger when I heard Yaya say something along these line; “When I say that the sky is the limit for the Gambians, I mean… Continue reading Babilimansa; The Vengeful Egomaniac

Adama Barrow, African Traditions, African Values., Coalition 2016, Gambian Coalition, Governance, Lawyer Ousainou Darboe

Your Mistakes Do Not Define Who You Are

We can all agree that when despair and distress strikes, we should empathize and be moved to action to better the conditions of those in distress as quickly as we can. In this lies the disappointment many felt towards the government, especially the National Disaster Management Committee. Granted the chief executive was indisposed at the… Continue reading Your Mistakes Do Not Define Who You Are

Adama Barrow, African Institutions, Gambia, Gambian Coalition, Governance, The Gambia

Why Are Our Rural Communities Only Good For Boosting Vote Counts?

One thing we are hopeful the current dispensation will accomplish better than the previous one is delivering the goods to the poor rural communities of the Gambia, after all President Barrow rode on the back of their support and sacrifice to get to the State House. Picking up where the PPP government of Sir Dawda… Continue reading Why Are Our Rural Communities Only Good For Boosting Vote Counts?

Adama Barrow, Coalition, Coalition 2016, Democracy, Dictatorship, Gambian Coalition, Halifa Sallah, Lawyer Ousainou Darboe, New Gambia, PDOIS

Hon. Halifa; Is It Gratifying?

There have been claims made during the campaign season for the recently concluded National Assembly elections that if the parties to the Tactical Alliance approach did not win a combined majority in the National Assembly, then the Barrow-led coalition government will have an antagonistic assembly to contend with, which if challenged could impeach him. Are… Continue reading Hon. Halifa; Is It Gratifying?

Adama Barrow, Coalition, Coalition 2016, Lawyer Ousainou Darboe, Mandinka, New Gambia, PDOIS, The Gambia, tribalism, UDP Gambia

The Tribal Undertones Aren’t So Subtle Anymore

“You can’t have an understanding with a man like that [Jawara]. He never means anything he says. He’s a liar. He’s a rascal – low born and low bred. You see, the PPP are all Mandinka people, and Mandinkas only understand money, meat and groundnuts. They are all lazy. Character and honor is meaningless to… Continue reading The Tribal Undertones Aren’t So Subtle Anymore

Adama Barrow, African Union, Democracy, Dictatorship, Gambian Coalition, Mandinka, New Gambia, Tyranny, Yahya Jammeh, Yaya Jammeh

The Culmination Of Yahya Jammeh’s Schemes – A Defeated Tyrant And A Nation United

Seeing the multitude of Gambians that thronged the streets; old and young, men and women, all visibly elated at the return of President Adama Barrow’s from Senegal is further testament to the relief the Gambians felt at seeing Yahya Jammeh’s back.  Just as it obtained during the campaign season leading up the elections of December… Continue reading The Culmination Of Yahya Jammeh’s Schemes – A Defeated Tyrant And A Nation United

Adama Barrow, Coalition 2016, Democracy, Dictatorship, New Gambia, Pan-Africanism, The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, Yaya Jammeh

Yahya Jammeh’s Schemes To Cling Unto Power And His Downfall

Earning the people’s trust was a critical component of setting the stage for Yahya’s takeover of everything Gambian. How did he do that? Yahya Jammeh capitalized on our highly held Gambian values to serve his needs and then turned them on their heads. He will use our religion and religious leaders, use our elders and… Continue reading Yahya Jammeh’s Schemes To Cling Unto Power And His Downfall

Adama Barrow, Coalition 2016, New Gambia, The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, Yaya Jammeh

Why Yahya Does Not Want To Leave

When a 29 year old army lieutanaunt and his cohorts stormed the Gambian national stage uninvited in 1994, the reason was to fulfill their oath to “defend the Gambia from enemies both domestic and foreign.” The PPP government of Sir Dawda Jawara that led The Gambia to independence in 1965 was that enemy within. They… Continue reading Why Yahya Does Not Want To Leave

Adama Barrow, Coalition 2016, Democracy, Ubuntu, Yaya Jammeh

Battle For The Soul Of The Gambia

In the past weeks calls have been made that have only been intensified in the past days. These calls are calls for people to get out and exercise their civic duty. Anyone not in denial will acknowledge the changing tides in the Gambian political landscape.The ball is in your court as APRC supporters to deliver… Continue reading Battle For The Soul Of The Gambia