[allAfrica] Activists and victims of some of the worst crimes committed in West Africa sat down together in Banjul, Gambia recently to talk about how to bring to justice more people responsible for these crimes.
[Foroyaa] Gambian President Adama Barrow will finally move to the State House in Banjul after being sworn in 11 months ago, Press Director says on Thursday 23rd November, 2017, in Fajara.
[The Point] Informed sources told The Point that ECOWAS forces in The Gambia have reported a large cache of sophisticated arms and ammunition missing from State House in Banjul.
[Al Jazeera] The Gambia’s new president Adama Barrow will return to the capital Banjul on Thursday, days after long-standing ruler Yahya Jammeh, who initially disputed the election results, was forced into exile.
[MFWA]A Gambian musician, Nfamara Sambou, has been charged by the Bundung Magistrates’ Court based in the capital, Banjul, for vandalizing the studios of Banjul-based Star FM, and attempting to injure an entertainment show host, Kebba Camara.
[The Point]President Yahya Jammeh Jammeh has turned down pleas by the Committee of Banjul Muslims Elders to pardon former Secretary General and Head of the Civil Affairs and Minister of Presidential Affairs, Dr Njogu Bah, former Justice Minister, Lamin Jobarteh and former NDEA director of intelligence and investigation Foday Barry.
[Daily Observer]The state criminal prosecution unit led by Principal State Counsel Mauries Agiyae, yesterday, July 24th 2013, filed in 11-count charges against the former attorney general and minister of Justice, Lamin AMS Jobarteh, at the Special Criminal Court presided over Justice Emmanuel Nkea in Banjul.