England-based Gambian businessman, Almamo Fatty is launching yet another company in the country.
In an interview with What’s On-Gambia, the renowned businessman said he is inviting ‘ordinary Gambians’ to buy stocks in the new company, which has already been registered with the Attorney General’s Chambers in Banjul.
“It is an
A foundation established by international footballer, Alieu Darboe has unveiled plans to support grassroots football clubs in The Gambia.
In an interview with What’s On-Gambia, the famous footballer said: “There is a container on its way to the country loaded with football items. I want to support local football teams
Muslim Senior Secondary School female team have won back to back the GTBank Principals title after beating tournament debutants Gambia Senior Secondary School 2 nil in the finals played recently at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.
Kaddy Bayo scored the opener before the tournament female best player Ola Buwaro, scored
The downfall of Daily Observer is a blessing in disguise for Sheriff Bojang’s Standard Newspaper as it is now the country’s leading and most authoritative newspaper.
Standardhas long been tipped to take such a role, but because of numerous interference and constant shutting down by the former government, the paper had to wait
These two beautiful and famous Gambian women, Hellen Maroun and Nathalie Gomez always struggle to make relationships work.
Whether it is them who can’t be with a man for too long or it is the men who can’t be with them too long, only they know.
Hellen, who was once
President Adama Barrow’s cheerleader, Hamat Bah has caused fury after suggesting that The Gambia is experiencing a shortage of marriageable men.
The tourism and culture minister made this bizarre claim during a recently held Islamic conference in Bijilo.
According to him, the country’s young women are feeling lonelier than ever
Born and raised in Keur Sering, Sheikh Omar Touary is a driven young man who has a heart and passion for architectural technology and building construction.
After working for Gigo’s Construction for more than five years, he is now the founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Green Light Architects
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