October 21, 2020

The Eco-system of Intellectual Idiocy, National Consciousness, and The Pitfalls of Tribalism in The Gambia

By Alagi Yorro Jallow Part I Fatoumatta: Frantz Fanon wrote his last book, The Wretched of the Earth, battling leukemia. Fanon saw that African politicians/educated ...
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The NPP rally at State House is illegal and must be stopped ASAP

By Madi Jobarteh  The ongoing NPP rally on the grounds of the State House is illegal and undermines democracy and good governance of the country. ...
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Gambia’s School System Has Failed a Generation of Millennials

By Alagi Yorro Jallow Fatoumatta: There is something patently wrong with the public liberal education system in The Gambia, and these are not normal times ...
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Nobel Committee Failed Ngugi wa Thion’o Again for the Nobel Prize in Literature

By Alagi Yorro Jallow fatoumatta: I was rooting for our African brother Ngugi wa Thiong’ o to win the literature prize. Time is running out ...
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The UK Return Our Stolen Treasure!

By Alagi Yorro Jallow Mamudu: The Netherlands government has unambiguously authorized to return of more than 100,000 looted colonial artifacts from Dutch museums to countries ...
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I Totally Reject the Investigation on Gorgui Mboob

By Madi Jobarteh  Why should a citizen physically assault another citizen only for the Government to pay money to the victim and let go off ...
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Fakenews: “Who is responsible for protecting democracy from big, dangerous lies?”

By Alagi Yorro Jallow Fatoumatta: Lying as an official policy did not start with President Adama Barrow’s regime. Our governments, since independence, have always been ...
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The Unintellectualism of the African Intellectual

By Ibrahim Sarr I grew up to listening to a guy from Guyana named Roy. There was a popular audio of him at Hyde Park, ...
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Ibrahim Njoya, the African king who created his own writing system that was destroyed by the French

King Ibrahim Njoya was between the years 1860 to 1933, the 17th ruler of Bamum, a large ethnic group located within what is now western Cameroon. ...
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The Name Of Africa

By Runoko Rashidi Africa is not named after a Roman general! You have heard me say this before? If so, it is because I have ...
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