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Interview with UTG graduate:"I want to become an accomplished diplomat!"

Interview with UTG graduate:

Last Friday at the graduation ceremony of The University of The Gambia (UTG), 24-year-old Aishat Ibrahim was handed a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. It was one of the happiest moments in her life.

In this interview with What's On-Gambia, she speaks on her UTG experience, sacrifices she made and

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Interesting interview: Prince Sankanu talks about his royal connection, polygamy, homosexuality, endorsing president Jammeh, among other things

Interesting interview: Prince Sankanu talks about his royal connection, polygamy, homosexuality, endorsing president Jammeh, among other things

Prince Bubacarr Sankanu is one of the most controversial Gambian journalists.  At a very young age, he became the Voice of America's correspondent in The Gambia.  Next month, he's going to Brussels, Belgium to cover the EU-Africa Summit.

Read our exclusive interview with the Serahulleh prince:

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She wowed judges on The Voice of Switzerland: Interview with Gambia’s own Beatrice Verzier

She wowed judges on The Voice of Switzerland: Interview with Gambia’s own Beatrice Verzier

She is making headlines as one of the favorites to win The Voice of Switzerland, a popular reality television singing competition on SRF, the primary public service broadcaster in German-speaking Switzerland. Beatrice Verzier is a talented singer and she’s half Gambian. Her mum, Caroline Briggs is from Dobson Street, Banjul

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“I was a child wife, and now the only black student in my university” Binta Fatty opens up to What’s On-Gambia

“I was a child wife, and now the only black student in my university” Binta Fatty opens up to What’s On-Gambia

Binta Fatty was just 14 when she was forced to marry her uncle, a Gambian immigrant in Italy. At 15, she became a mum.

Unlike most child-wives, Binta refused to drop out of school. She is now pursuing a Master's Degree in Diplomacy in Poland after received a European Union

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The D1950-a-month banker that became a successful businessman: Interview with Almamo Fatty

The D1950-a-month banker that became a successful businessman: Interview with Almamo Fatty

Almamo Fatty is not only a successful businessman but a role model for many young Gambians living in the diaspora. He believes that with hard work, drive and determination anything is possible.

In this interview, Almamo tells us more about himself and his business, Supersonicz:

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FGM is un-Islamic! Neneh Bojang wants to help mutilated girls to repair their clitoris

FGM is un-Islamic! Neneh Bojang wants to help mutilated girls to repair their clitoris

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a harmful and dangerous practice that involves the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia for non-medical reasons. Neneh Bojang is a Gambian living in Norway and she is among the African women fighting to end FGM at grassroots, regional, national and international

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