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Senegal ex-president's son Karim Wade jailed for graft
Karim Wade, the high-flying son of former Senegal president Abdoulaye Wade bidding to follow his father to the top office, was sentenced Monday to six years in prison in a deeply divisive graft case. The 46-year-old presidential hopeful and flamboyant former minister was found gu...
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Six Higher Learning Institutions Ordered To Close Operations
The ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology on Thursday 5th March 2015 ordered the closure of six institutions for not meeting minimum standards. The six learning institution are: International Business College – Kotu South, ITS-IT & Business Management Sc...
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Niani Salikenni Madarasa Needs Support
Established over 18 years now; the Nurr Islamic Arabic School of Niani Salikenni is yet to have a fully furnished school, Baba Kaffa Sanneh an elder in the village who is charged with then responsibility of the welfare of the school told Daily News online newspaperFriday 6 March...
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"Our message to the nation is that we are still EBOLA free" Modou Njie
The Ministry of health in collaboration with UNICEF, PURA, ASB German Clinic and some other important institution like ActionAid are all determined to see Ebola free Gambia. The directorate of Health Promotion held a press briefing at their office in kotu Monday on the 2nd of Mar...
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‘’There is no Suspected EBOLA Case in The Gambia’’ Mass Joof
Mass Joof, Health and Communication Officer at the Directorate of Health Promotion and Education in Kotu under the Ministry of Health have said that there is no suspected EBOLA case in the country. He was speaking at one day orientation on the prevention and control of EBOLA orga...
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Jammeh Raise Hopes Higher As We Celebrate 50 years of Independence
Addressing the schools children on 18 February 2015 at the Independence stadium Bakau lactated on the outskirts of the capital. President Jmameh told a cheering crowd that the Gambia will in the very near future be looked upon as a powerful state. The country was celebrating its...
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