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Prominent doctor says some of our imams are rapists

Prominent doctor says some of our imams are rapists

One of the country's most prominent Russian-trained doctors, Babanding Daffeh has revealed that some of our imams are rapists.

Dr Daffeh, who works at the Kanifing General Hospital, was on Tuesday invited at the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRCC) to testify on sexual and domestic violence in The Gambia

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Jizzle's new video showing half-naked girls angers fans

Jizzle's new video showing half-naked girls angers fans

Fans are expressing their disappointment with Jizzle after the Bakau-born singer released a music video, which shows half-naked girls.

The video, Turn by Turn, which was uploaded on YouTube on the 18th October, has garnered more than 50,000 views.

One of his fans told What's On-Gambia: "Jizzle should remember that whatever

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Boxer Tijan Kebbeh confident of victory against Bosnia's Dosenovic

Boxer Tijan Kebbeh confident of victory against Bosnia's Dosenovic

Upcoming Gambian boxer, Tijan Kebbeh has declared his readiness ahead of his fight against Bosnia's Branislav Dosenovic in Germany on Saturday, 19th October.

The 35-year-old, who is poised to become an international star, said: "It's going to be a big fight, but I am sure I will win."

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Public hospitals have become death traps for pregnant women

Public hospitals have become death traps for pregnant women

Maternity wards in Gambian hospitals and health centres have become death-traps for pregnant women, who have no options available to them. 

The most recent woman to die at the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital (EFSTH) in Banjul was Fatou Bayo. A former student of Armitage Senior Secondary School, she

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Sise's last message appealed for an end to caste conflicts

Sise's last message appealed for an end to caste conflicts

The final message written by Sise Jaha Sawaneh a few days before her death appealed for an end to communal and caste conflicts in the Upper River Region. 

The outspoken journalist and peace activist, who was in the Upper River Region to help promote dialogue for peace and reconciliation,

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OPINION: Why did Senegal allow KFC in their country?

OPINION: Why did Senegal allow KFC in their country?

The ribbon was cut; hip, hip, hip, Hooray! The people of Dakar ecstatically celebrated the arrival of KFC to their shores which will eventually send them to their early grave. 

Senegalese chicken giant, Sedima Group, under the leadership of Babacar Ngom, completed a protracted franchise agreement with the American

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It’s official! Toufa Jallow's #IAmToufah movement is dead!

It’s official! Toufa Jallow's #IAmToufah movement is dead!

It has finally happened. The #IAmToufah movement is dead and buried. 

The movement, which was established by Toufah Jallow, a former Miss July 22 winner who accused ex-President Yahya Jammeh of rape, is no more. 

Now the question on everyone's lip is: what went wrong?  

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