Kodou Jeng–Gaye is unquestionably one of The Gambia's leading female transmission engineers with over 15 years’ experience in the telecommunications sector.
She has a wide range of expertise in both fibre optic and microwave transmissions.
The mother-of-one started her illustrious career with The Gambia's leading telecom giant, GAMTEL back in
Sources close to Central Government revealed to What’s On-Gambia that Tourism Minister, Hamat Bah and Barrow’s must trusted aide, Amie Bojang -Sissohore are among the many senior civil servants that are making a fortune from travelling regularly outside the country.
Since his appointment as minister, Hamat has been globe-trotting making hundreds
The county’s biggest party, United Demarcatic Party (UDP) could be facing a devastating split up as the leadership struggles to select a candidate for the top job in the Kanifing Municipality in next year’s local government elections.
As the race for the mayoral seat intensifies, there are rumours swirling that
BLEEDING BLADE, the first Gambian feature film on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) will be premiered on Saturday, 30th September 2017 in Kanifing at the headquarters of GAMCOPTRAP - The Gambia’s leading civil society organization advocating the end to FGM.
The film will then go on screening tour across all communities in
China-based Gambian football star, Steve Trawally has bagged his first Most Valuable Player (MVP) award after his hat-trick against Beijing Guoan.
He edged out famous Chinese footballers to take home the prestigious award.
"I am really happy to finally bag the MVP award. This is something that I yearned for
After graduating with a Master’s in Chemistry with Pharmaceutical and Forensic Science, she was elected to remain at the University of Bradford to do a PhD in Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry.
Amie Saidykhan is undoubtedly the youngest person and probably the only Kiangka to ever attain such distinction.
Brikama-born rapper, ST on Saturday cancelled an appearance at the Box Ba Mini Stadium in Brikama because the event was sponsored by the mobile telecommunications giant, Africell.
One of the event coordinators told What’s On-Gambia: “ST failed us! He refused to perform after paying him D6, 000. His reason was
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- Who’s Blingy? Former Maslaa Bi singer set to release new album
- T Smallz, Chris Black and DJ Peace Boy Cham to perform in Stuttgart
- Saul Frazer, Gee, Jaha and Njok Malick help Kuntaur flood victims
- Renowned marabout predicts Mamma Kandeh will be next president!
- Meet the first hijab-wearing news anchor in the New Gambia
- Hot mic catches Lawyer Bensouda talking about Isatou Auber’s private life
- UTG graduate set for successful academic journey in America!
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