Foroyaa Newspaper reporter abused by treason convict
Treason convict, Abdoulie Joof, verbally assaulted Fabakary Ceesay, a senior reporter with Foroyaa Newspaper in front of the Supreme Court. Ceesay found himself on Mr. Joof’s knife edge when he attempted to take a photo of the shackled convict. Click to read more
Ian Stoke’s murderers sentenced by hanging
Max Jallow: Briefcase associations must go away
Momodou Max Jallow has rubbished the idea of national associations running without an office. He said: “an association without an office should not be accepted in this country.” He claimed that, “this is why sports is not well contested in this country.
He said his office will not accept people to use their associations as an avenue for cheap popularity of for traveling opportunities. He stressed that associations should go across the length and breadth of the country not just sensitizing provincial people about their sports but making sure that their sports is practiced everywhere in the country. Click on to read more
Journalist freed after 72 hours in remand
72 hours after he has been remanded in custody at the State Central Prison, at Mile 2 for publishing an inaccurate story about a court proceeding, Lamin Njie, deputy editor-in-chief of The Daily News newspaper, has been released from custody.
Njie walked into the Gambia Press Union new building at Fajara this afternoon with the executive members of the union before he proceeded to his office and then home. For more open the general new page