OPINION: Banjul took their begging bowl to Barrow

I derive no pleasure in writing this as Banjul is very close to me but is about time for the islanders to be told some home truths. I read with disgust that some transactional political dinosaurs t

Serigne Touba's grandson to visit Gambia in April

One of Serigne Touba's most prominent grandsons, Serigne Abdou Karim Mbacke is to visit The Gambia from the 4th -7th April. "It will be his first visit to The Gambia and the second time travelling

Who is Ndigal? A chat with one of his followers

Yunusa Ceesay is one of the most prominent followers of Ndigal. In this exclusive interview, we dig to find more about Ndigal, his special powers, misconceptions about him and his sect among other t

Aisha Fatty enjoys holiday in Sweden after public fight with love rival

Aisha Fatty is enjoying a winter holiday in Sweden after her famous public fight with a love rival at the Village in the Senegambia. The Gambian- Egyptian beauty, who is dating the country's wealth

EU and US stolen Range Rovers on Gambia's roads

The Gambia is now a dumping ground for stolen Range Rovers from Europe and the United States, according to reliable information reaching What's On-Gambia. Despite costing from between D3m -D5m to b

All set for the 3rd edition of Lovers Night at Brikama Jokor

To be held in a grant style, Sky World Promotion, an entertainment organization based in Brikama, is bringing you the 3rd edition of Lovers Night on Saturday, February 15, at Brikama Jokor to celebr

DuplexThe latest Jamaican dance craze, daggering is now becoming part of Gambian nightclubbing. This is confirmed by pictures posted on Facebook by photographer, Alhagie Manka.

According to a Jamaica internet site, daggering is basically dry sex on the dance floor, often to the beat of popular dancehall music by artists like Vybz Kartel and Mr. Vegas.  They style of dance is exuberant and vulgar – as you can see on the picture captured by Alhagie.

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