A2 Di Fulani drops new single "Boy Poulo"

Written by Lamin Saidy

A2 Di Fulani

A2 Di Fulani is no stranger to making amazing music. The award-winning musician recently dropped a new single, "Boy Pullo".

He announced on YouTube: "Thanks for the continued support. God bless you all, album dropping soon."

One of his fans

Brother searches for young man who wanted to disvirgin her sister

Written by Gainde


A brother is searching for a young man who allegedly tried to disvirgin his 17-year-old sister.

In a message to What's On-Gambia, the brother wrote: "He wanted to spoil my sister and the girl is just 17 years old."

He continued: "His name is

Pullo Bah begs Allah to kill her after Ebou Faye's loss

Written by Saja

Pullo Bah

A young woman from Primet Street, Pullo Bah has begged Allah to take her life after Ebou Faye's loss in the Banjul mayoral election on Saturday.

Mayor Rohey Malick Lowe of the opposition United Democratic Party was declared the winner of the

Young woman found dead with legs spread apart

Written by Aisha J

Woman dead

The body of a young woman was found last week in Barra, North Bank Region. She was half naked with her legs spread apart.

Police are still struggling to ascertain the identity of the woman. A passerby found the body in an incomplete house and

Haddy Faye Vs. Fatou Camara: Here is what police decided

Written by Lamin Saidy

Haddy Faye Vs Fatou Camara

The Police have decided to drag Haddy Faye to court for obtaining goods by false pretense contrary to Section 288 of the Criminal Code.

They alleged the CEO of Absolute Entertainment obtained a CCTV camera by false pretense from journalist Fatou

Deputy IGP ran to marabout for help after his shoes were stolen

Written by Lamin Saidy

Deputy IGP

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Momodou Sowe allegedly took a leave of absence from work to visit his marabout after his shoes were stolen at the Police Headquarters in Banjul.

An insider revealed: "His shoes were stolen while he was

OPINION: The hijabi students have a case only if......

Written by Mustapha Secka


Every Gambian has a right to freedom to practice any religion and to manifest such practice, or to even not believe or practice any religion.

However, such a right is not absolute. It is subject to reasonable limitations. Let your readers read