If reports reaching What’s On-Gambia are anything to go by, then Kerr Fatu is the most expensive TV show in Gambian television history.
The show, produced by Kora Group Gambiaand hosted by Fatou Touray, Nyang Njie and Oley Taal, has reportedly raked in an estimated D3m from lucrative sponsorship deals.
Here are some of The Gambia’s top female celebrities (A-List). They live in decent houses, drive fancy cars and dine at Senegambia’s most expensive restaurants.
The Kololi-based socialite is right now the most powerful event organiser in the country. Haddy, who regularly spends more than D30, 000 on
Award winning British soul singer, Joss Stone is the latest British celebrity to grace the streets of The Gambia.
Joss’ visit was part of her Total World Tour, which aims to afford her the chance to explore and understand the universal language of music in every country on the planet.
Firstly, let’s clear this nonsense called “Senegambian Cultural Week"; we all know that is misleading. Was this name coined by Njok Malick and his team so they can use it as an excuse to bring Senegalese musicians and profit from such events? Whatever the case maybe, this is purely a
Not much is known about Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, The Gambia’s First Lady who recently became an Ajaratou after performing Hajj in Saudi Arabia. Here are seven things you didn’t know about her.
1. Fatoumatta was raised by her aunt in Basse. What’s On-Gambiawas unable to establish whether she was born in The
An Austrian woman, who is very active in Gambian social media forums, has joined the chorus calling for President Adama Barrow to respect the Coalition’s 3-year term agreement.
Maimuna Jallow told What’s On-Gambia: “He should step down after three years because that was what he promised Gambian voters.”
If the proceedings of the Commission of Inquiry are anything to go by, many high-level civil servants who served in the Jammeh regime and still in the Civil Service will be shown the exit door once the Commission concludes.
Quite a number of them who appeared before the Commission admitted
- Should Gambia adopt ECOWAS’ proposed three-child policy?
- First batch of 437 pilgrims to return home tomorrow
- Senegambia Novelty Run set to become world record
- How Jali Madi was identified for a major Belgian festival
- Halifa Sallah’s popularity soars after European tour
- Commission of Inquiry: Why does Lawyer Bensouda keep using the phrase “I See”?
- CONGRATULATIONS! President Barrow’s second wife is reportedly pregnant
- Ndey Isatou Njie or Fatoumatta Tambajang? Who’s Gambia’s next VP?
- Introducing Basirou Barjoe: A strong pillar of Gambian football
- Could this be the reason why TFM let Kouthia to ruthlessly mock Barrow?
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