Here are the most influential young journalists of The Gambia, aged 35 and under, who always keep their followers updated on imported news and development.
They're also respected for their views and opinions on various issues and their constant hard work.
A former senior reporter for the Daily Observer, Omar is now a freelancer who works for international media outlets including the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of The Gambia.
Fatou Elika Muloshi
She is a reporter and news anchor at the Gambia Radio & Television Services. Fatou is a student at the University of The Gambia.
Pa Nderry Touray
A senior journalist at Star FM, Pa Nderry is among radio's top talkers.
A former reporter at Kerr Fatou, Mustapha is widely believed to be the country's finest investigative journalist. He's now the owner and editor of malagen.com
He is the editor at the Fatu Network after a brief stint at the Ministry of Interior as a media assistant.
Kebba Jeffang Jnr
A former senior reporter at the Foroyaa Newspaper, Kebba is now an editor at the Chronicle - an online media outlet.
She's a reporter and news anchor at QTV. Jai holds a bachelors degree from the University of The Gambia.
He's a senior reporter at the Standard Newspaper.
Born and brought in Bakau, Alagie is a senior reporter and columnist at the Standard Newspaper.
She's a senior news anchor at the Gambia Radio and Television Services. Fatoumatta is also a student at the University of The Gambia.
He's the co-host for Gambia Today - a current affairs show on GRTS (radio) that's increasingly becoming popular among radio listeners.
A former student of Mindaw Senior Secondary School, Fadera is one of the senior reporters at Home Digital FM in Brikama.
He's one of the youngest journalists in the country, but Ebrima has become very popular in a short space of time. He works at King FM.
He's a senior reporter at the Foroyaa Newspaper. Yankuba is also a student studying Law at the University of The Gambia.