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Sering Thiapathioly withdraws support for President Adama Barrow

Sering Thiapathioly withdraws support for President Adama Barrow

US-based comedian, Baba Ja, aka Sering Thiapathioly, has admitted his regrets over supporting President Adama Barrow as he criticised the president’s alleged involvement in the Serahule caste conflicts.

The famous comedian was a prominent supporter of the Gambian leader.

But he has now withdrawn his support following rumours that the

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OPINION: Sheriffo Sonko should apologise to Sanneh Kunda

OPINION: Sheriffo Sonko should apologise to Sanneh Kunda

Following the allegations made by the Brikama Area Council chairman Sheriffo Sonko that the people of Sanneh Kunda kabilo were behind #Occupy BAC, we want to inform the general public that this is not true.

It is completely wrong and disrespectful for him to point out only one kabilo out

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One Pac: "I entered Mile 2 Prison 19 times"

One Pac:

It should come as no surprise that Bakau-born artist, One Pac has been in and out of prison for several years.

Appearing on Kerr Fatou's Playlist, the controversial singer disclosed he has a very long criminal record.

"I have entered Mile 2 Prison nineteen times and I have been tried

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Isatou Jammeh wants justice for father killed by junglers

Isatou Jammeh wants justice for father killed by junglers

When Haruna Jammeh's daughter heard how her father was brutally killed by junglers, she felt sad and hurt, but she's also ready to fight for justice.

"Your killers happen to be your own brothers who are to protect you and protect the country but instead they killed you and not

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Three common places to find side chicks

Three common places to find side chicks

Here are the three common places that married men regularly visit to find side chicks:

At banks

Banks along the Kairaba Avenue and Banjul are common places where married men go to find side chicks. Young female bankers are not very difficult to get when you have hundreds of thousands

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Innocent until proven guilty: Ousman Rambo renews support for Jammeh

Innocent until proven guilty: Ousman Rambo renews support for Jammeh

Ousman Rambo Jatta last week redoubled his support for Yahya Jammeh, ignoring revelations at the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) that the former president was engaged in a series of human rights violations including summary executions and abductions.

In a WhatsApp voice message, the deputy leader for the Alliance

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