25th June 2018
Guinea Teenager: Legal Aid Secures the Discharge of Boy in Freetown
By Ranger (26/11/16)
The Legal Aid Board has secured the discharge of a 15 year old Guinean boy who was standing trial for conspiracy and shop breaking.
US, ECOWAS Condemn Jammeh's Rejection of the Election in Gambia
By Emma Farge in Dakar (10/12/16)
As ECOWAS suspends Gambia, Senegal has called for U.N. Security meeting over Yahya Jammeh's rejection of the Dec. 1 elections.
Youths Uneasy with Jammeh and Barrow's Political Situation
By Press Release (20/12/16)
Youths are said to have been living in fear during Yahya Jammeh’s 22 years in power. They dream to seek greener pastures abroad.
The President Sacks 10,000 Corrupt Civil Servants for Faking Diplomas!!!
By Sammy Awami (07/05/17)
The President of Tanzania John Magufuli has sacked nearly 10,000 civil servants for having fake education certificates and diplomas.
Iluka Sand Miner to Spend $290M to Improve Safety at Sierra Rutile
By Press Release (12/12/16)
Another mouth-watering windfall on the way to Sierra Leone to hopefully improve the health and safety of workers at the Sierra Rutile.
President Koroma Attends ECOWAS Heads of State Summit in Nigeria
By Press Release (22/12/16)
The ECOWAS Heads of State meet in Nigeria will touch primarily on the political impasse currently engulfing the elections in the Gambia.
Most Educated and Uneducated Presidents Come from Africa!!
By a press release (11/05/17)
Astonishing to believe that President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has been recorded the most educated president in the world today.
UN Boss Dismayed at Security Seizure of Electoral Offices in Gambia
By Press Release (16/12/16)
President Yahya Jammeh has become a thorn in the flesh of the international community after his about-turn in the Gambia elections.
Attorney General Says Strong Leaders Must be Inspired for Development
By M.A. Kargbo (05/06/17)
Attorney-General and Minister of Justice Joseph F. Kamara believes strong leaders are those who do not oppress or violate the law.
Gambia President-Elect Adama Barrow Promises a Two-Term Limit
By Dimitris Chantzaras (06/12/16)
Adama Barrow, who won the election ending 22-year rule of President Yahya Jammeh, vows to introduce two-term limit, Al Jazeera says.
No Justice for Murdered Burkinabe Journalist as Observance Held
By Press Release (18/12/16)
At the Justice Palace in the capital Ouagadougou, demonstrators observed 13 minutes of silence in remembrance of Nobert Zongo.
Ethiopia Releases 9,800 Curfew Detainees & 2,449 to Appear in Court!!
By Abdur R.A. Shaban (28/12/16)
Ethiopian authorities have recently released 9,800 people detained under the current state of emergency and will be receiving training.