One of the graduates of The University of The Gambia (UTG), Bubacarr Drammeh, has vowed to make success of acquiring his Master Degree after being accepted at the University of Washington, where funds were raised to help him pursue graduate studies in law.
Professor Jennifer Lenga-Long and her associates at
Junior and senior secondary school students can receive a wide variety of school items on the 17th September.
Waka J Promotions, with sponsorship from The Gambia’s biggest mobile telecommunications company, Africell, is organising a back to school beach party, which is tipped to be the biggest back to school event of
Jaliba Kuyateh is one of the many Senegambian musicians that sung the praises of former President Jammeh when he was at the peak of his power.
During an interview with Kerr Fatou, Jaliba revealed he recorded the song, “President Jammeh” to save himself from the former leader’s brutality. Whether or
It will be hard without being told that behind the laughs and jokes of an adorable woman, lies the harrowing experiences of being a child bride.
Scotland-based Gambian comedian, Amie Jobe, who got married seven times from the age of 9, has recounted her traumatic ordeal.
She chooses a path
It defies logic for taxpayers’ money to be used to cover the health insurance of some civil servants while the country is battling with providing efficient and affordable health service delivery to the citizenry.
Nobody’s saying civil servants shouldn’t enjoy certain privileges but there have to be priorities and that
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
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