When Abdoulie Gassama told his friends and family about his decision to become a midwife they thought he was mad.
“They didn’t believe me, especially my friends. They thought midwifery is only for women,” said Gassama who was born in Kerr Omar Saine, a small village in the North Bank
Famous journalist Fatou Camara has congratulated her youngest son for making the honour roll at the New Millennium Middle School in the United States.
Ibrahim Saidy is one of the top students in his school.
A delighted Fatou wrote on Facebook: “Warmest congratulations to my 6thgrader, Ibrahim Saidy on your
Do you know that the Gambia government is still buying luxury cars for ministers, permanent secretaries and senior government officials?
Sources disclosed to What’s On-Gambiathat since Adama Barrow came to power in 2017, millions of dollars have been spent on luxury vehicles, some of which were shipped from other countries.
A UK-based Gambian, Yaya Jobarteh has opened a new sports shop in Brusubi (opposite the Catholic Church) that sells original men’s, women's and children's trainers and sportswear from Adidas, Fila, Nike, Puma and Yeezy. In this interview, he tells us more about his shop.
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President Adama Barrow has become the first president in Gambian history to have a national fans club.
Sources revealed to What’s On-Gambia that the famous presidential adviser, Dou Sanno is the founder of the fans club. They want to keep Barrow in power past 2021.
Named after him, the fans club
With more than 500,000 followers, Princess Shyngle is unquestionable the Gambian queen of Instagram.
The former Ndow’s Comprehensive student became popular after joining the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood and has since won hearts across Africa.
On Instagram, where she regularly shares sexually suggestive photos and videos of herself, Princess described
The Swedish Migration Agency, Migrationsverket has temporarily suspended the deportation of one of the President Adama Barrow’s most outspoken critics in the Diaspora.
Lamin Jaiteh was due to be removed from Sweden to The Gambia last week, but it seems Migrationsverket agreed to consider new evidence in support of his
- Girl who partially lost hearing to abuse shares her story
- Mai Fatty wants kids born in Gambia to automatically become citizens
- Young church leader talks about coincidental first meeting with Darboe
- The testimony of YCFaC
- Boxer Badou Jack to feed hundreds of Gambian children
- Mansata is using technology to help with dementia and mental health issues in Africa
- Tallinding hails APRC’s Mansally as a community hero
- Here are the top public secondary schools
- Awa Gai debuts husband No.3 on Facebook
- Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow’s charities prove she’s more than just a First Lady
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