Crimes constitute major violation of human rights… Says CJ

April 28, 2018

The Chief Justice Hassan B. Jallow has lamented that crime and criminality today has always constitute a major violation of human rights and a major challenge to individual wellbeing both physically and spiritually.

This, he added, also violates the security of individual rights and to the stability and continued cohesion of communities.

CJ Jallow made this disclosure on Wednesday in his opening remarks at the West African Stakeholders’... Read More

Talib Ahmed Bensouda, KMC Mayoral Aspirant (UDP)

April 25, 2018

Talib Ahmed Bensouda was born in 1986 to Ahmed Bensouda, former Permanent Secretary (retired) and lawyer Amie Bensouda from Bakau.

An entrepreneur at heart, Talib started his own painting company aged 19, employing at least a dozen staff.

He attended Marina International School and graduated in 2003, upon completion of his... Read More

Pa Njie Girigara , KMC Mayoral Aspirant (GDG)

April 25, 2018

Who Is Pa Njie Girigara?

I was Born in Banjul and moved to KMC in 1982. Pa Njie Girigara is a Gambian known in the business field for the past 40-years. I have also participated in helping all political parties of The Gambia from 1977 to date. I contributed a great deal in the diaspora struggle from 2009 to date.... Read More

Mohamadou Musa Njie (Papa Njie), KMC Mayoral Aspirant (Independent)

April 25, 2018


Mohamadou Musa Njie, popularly known as Papa Njie, was born in 1969 to the late Aja Aisha Conteh and Alhagi Musa Njie, a well known businessman in the Gambia. Born in Leman Street, Banjul, Papa grew up in Bakau Newtown, Fajara and Cape Point with a large family of twenty-four siblings. Married and blessed with six children, Papa has served as a public.... Read More

Adama Bah, KMC Mayoral Aspirant (PDOIS)

April 25, 2018


Presenting Adama Bah For Mayor Of KMC

In order to meet the challenge and demand of our time and place the Kanifing Municipality in its rightful place – the commercial, financial and industrial hub of the Gambia, we a group of interested people within KMC, have come together to support the candidature of Adama Bah for the Mayorship of KMC..... Read More

Rohey Malick Lowe, Banjul Mayoral Aspirant (UDP)

April 25, 2018

My name is Rohey Malick Lowe, candidate for the Banjul Mayoral elections under the United Democratic Party.

I was born and raised in Banjul attending St. Joseph high school.

Worked in the Hotel industry before establishing my own business Wa kerr Rohey Enterprise.... Read More

Lizzie Eunson, Banjul Mayoral Aspirant (Independent)

April 25, 2018

Lizzie also known as Elizabeth Eunson was born and bred in Banjul to Edward W. Eunson, commonly known as Master Eunson of Hagan Street and Mrs Therese Desiree Eunson, a former headmistress of St Joseph's, both of blessed memory.

A seasoned multilingual international banker, I got my early education in The Gambia, The United Kingdom and the United States of America, backing university degrees in Public Administration and Legal Support Sciences... Read More

Ebou Faye, Banjul Mayoral Aspirant

April 25, 2018

Born in Banjul Central at 8 Spalding Street and has lived in New street, Clarkson and Lasso Wharf before moving to Banjul North at 8 James Senegal Street and finally in Tobacco Road. My wife and children all originates from Banjul South.

I went to Wesley Primary, Crab Island Secondary and Saint’s Augustine’s High School before travelling to Europe to further my education. I possessed Certificate on Agricultural Studies from Norway; ... Read More

Adama Kelepha Samba, Banjul Mayoral Aspirant

April 25, 2018

I am a citizen of Banjul born in 1951 at No 8 Ingram street, I’m the son of Alhagie Kelepha Samba and Ajaratou Fatou Jobe. I attended Crab Island school , Arbitrage High School and Stockport College in Manchester. I am known mainly as a businessman and football manager and coach but I also work for Banjul City Council as Market manager and I know the common Banjul issues very well. I am married and blessed with five children... Read More

Abdoulie Saine, Banjul Mayoral Aspirant (APRC)

April 25, 2018

Mr. Abdoulie Saine was the first Banjulian MP to serve in an Ecowas parliament. He was born in 1955. Saine started his early education in Banjul and went to Armitage High School, but was soon expelled and enrolled eventually at Latrikunda School, graduating in 1974.

Saine attended vocational training schools and GTTI for City and Guilds course. Later, he travelled to the United States and attended Matin Luther King High School, and graduated with a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering... Read More