Nyima Jadama is a refugee rights activist in Germany. She is the co-founder of the organisation, No Deportation to The Gambia. In this interview with What’s On-Gambia, Nyima tells us more about Germany’s plan to deport Gambian refugees who lost their bid for asylum.
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Speaking to What’s On-Gambia from Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, where he lives in exile, former President 'Sheikh Professor Alhaji Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh Babili Mansa said he’s not hopeful about The Gambia’s future under Adama Barrow’s leadership.
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Here is What’s On-Gambia most influential young people in the New Gambia. The names on our list include musicians, activists, civil servants, politicians, and footballers.
Preparing to drop a new album soon, ST continues to dominate the Gambian music industry headlining major events like the Open Mic.
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Dr Georg Bouché is the Honorary Council of the Republic of The Gambia in Stuttgart, Germany. In this interview with What’s On-Gambia, he talks about how and why he was identified for the job, the fate of Gambian migrants in German refugee camps, among other things.
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As one of the leading young Gambians punching the name of the tiny West African country of The Gambia above its weight within the United States of America, Alhassan Darboe is one of the extraordinarily remarkable youngsters of his generation. A native of Gunjur, he is currently a Real Estate
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