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A rare interview with Hon. Mai A. Fatty

A rare interview with Hon. Mai A. Fatty

Who’s Mai? This was a familiar question when Mai Fatty joined the race for the first time to State House in 2011. Some even thought he was a woman. Fast-forward to 2017 – the astute lawyer is the country’s most talked about minister.

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us about your childhood,

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Interview with America’s Next Top Model contestant

Interview with America’s Next Top Model contestant

Binta Dibba is a Gambian-American making waves on millions of American television screens with her participation in America's Next Top Model.

In this edition of What’s On-Gambia, US-based journalist, Sainey Darboe ,began by sussing out the lady who might be America's Next  Top Model.

Binta Dibba: I'm an entrepreneur who

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A chat with Daily Observer’s Omar Wally

A chat with Daily Observer’s Omar Wally

Omar Wally is a fearless journalist who works with Daily Observer, a former pro-government newspaper. In a short interview with What’s On-Gambia, he talks about himself and his career.

What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself.

Omar:I'm Omar Wally, 3rd-year student of the University of The Gambia - School of

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He fought, sacrificed all for change in The Gambia: Interview with Pata Saidykhan

He fought, sacrificed all for change in The Gambia: Interview with Pata Saidykhan

Pata is one of the most ardent critics of the Jammeh regime in the diaspora. He literally invested sweat and blood to see Jammeh packing to his ancestral village of Kanilai. Hot on the heels of the opposition victory, he granted an exclusive interview to this medium.

What’s On_Gambia: Hello

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Interview: Gambian nurse invents device to help women during delivery

Interview: Gambian nurse invents device to help women during delivery

He has won an international award for his ground-breaking invention, a device that helps women during delivery. However, Arfang D. Faye’s EgAr Device, invented in 2012, is currently being used in only two health centres. In this exclusive interview, the 35-year-old Gambian nurse talks about his invention.

What’s On-Gambia: Briefly

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