Known for his good sense of humour, Sainey MK Marenah was on the path of becoming a prominent journalist in The Gambia when he began to have troubles with the law for his reportages. He won a two-year-long legal battle, and few days later, fled the country. He has since
Mama Touray is a Gambian-American pursuing a modeling career in the US, while studying nursing at the College of New Rochelle, in Westchester County, New York. In this interview with What’s On-Gambia, she started off by telling us about herself and her foray into the modeling industry.
Mama:My name is
News of President Yahya Jammeh’s purported gifting of plots of land to Nollywood movie stars have raised some eyebrows and Germany-based Gambian filmmaker, Prince Abubacarr Aminata Sankanu was one of the first to ring the alarm bell. In this exclusive interview, he discussed at length the country’s creative industry, cautioning
The sad news of Musa Ngum’s death has hit the entire Senegambia region like a lightning bolt. He died in Dakar, Senegal on Sunday morning just a few hours after performing for his fans at a famous entertainment venue in the heart of the Senegalese capital.
According to information gathered
Moving away from The Gambia to the West often brings cultural shocks, especially for young people. But as a footballer, Ebrima Jobe has adapted quite quickly to life in the US. No sooner had he settled in college than his talent in soccer was spotted; something which is earning him
German-born, Annette Müller Jaiteh is the coordinator of The Swallow, a charity funded school in Manjai Kunda that provides a free, high-quality education to over 200 children.
What’s On-Gambia: What attracted you to The Gambia?
Anette: I met my Gambian husband, Abdoulie Jaiteh in 1994 in Germany. After I finished
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