Modou Cham is the accountant at the Bakoteh Fish Market and Ice Plant, a project funded by the African Development Bank (ADB) and the Gambian government. He is a staunch follower of Bai Niass. Read below our interview with the University of The Gambia graduate:
What’s On-Gambia: When did
On a cool Saturday evening I walked into the studios of the budding talents G-Star who were doing the final touches to their album; they wanted me to grace this day with my presence having recently approached me to be their special adviser. I was looking forward to meeting a
He studied in the United Kingdom. Mbugul Bah is one of the country’s youngest architects.
What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself?
Mbugul Bah: My name is Mbugul Bah and I graduated from London South Bank University with a BSC in Architectural Technology. I live in Kololi, where I was
Yaya Bojang is from the powerful Bojang family of Brikama. He is the councilor of Brikama Suba Ward. Read below our interview with the nurse-cum-politician:
What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself.
Yaya: I’m Yaya Bojang, a Gambian by birth. I live in Brikama Mansaring-Su in Kombo Central. I graduated
Kommer Van Trigt is from Amersfoort in Holland. He is a good friend of The Gambia and is fondly known as Omar Kebba. We caught up with him at a restaurant in the Senegambia area to talk bout his activities in the country.
What’s On-Gambia: How and when did you
Waka Jagne is a UK-based celebrity that is well-known both in The Gambia and Senegal. He is currently in the country on holiday and we caught up with him at the Elton in Kotu.
What’s On-Gambia: How is your holiday going?
Waka: It’s good!
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