Gambian teenagers abroad: Interview with a promising young footballer, Ebrima Jobe


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

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A European school coordinator in The Gambia: Interview with Annette Müller Jaiteh


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

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She was denied scholarship by the PPP government: The story of Dr. Jainaba Saho-Kah

Dr. Jainaba

For more than a decade, Lawyer Modou Lamin Saho (1932-1993) was Attorney General and Minister of Justice in the first republic – and for most of that time, some of his colleagues tried to eliminate him from the government.

Sir Dawda

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