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Welcome to our project GAMBIA CONNECTING TO THE WORLD starring DJ Postman, Don Trotti, DJ Hans ( Legal Sound International ) & Alex Redstar Our tour in Gambia was incredible and we spent a lot a good and nice vibe with our Gambian people there. Our collaboration was great and professional! We made a lot of connection with the local musicians. We loved the vibration and the feeling from the crowd. Thank you for all the crew who helped us for the tour (Colega, King, General Warrior, Pa Boy, Yard Man, Pepsi, Omar, Lyf Thug, Crakaz, Fabura, Junior Pisces and the others that I missed..) and our partner. Lylee Design, Open Minded, Visit-thegambia.com, Africell, Ministry of Art and Culture of Gambia, Julbrew, Youki, West Coast Radio FM, Birikama FM A special thanks to Fafo, Marina, Fafandin...
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Mr Jean-Paul LAWRENCE TAMPU-EYA, BA LL.B. LL.M. PhD (Law Res.), a British Citizen and winner of the London Borough of Hackney's Ron Devoti Award on 05 March 2011 for his services to Hackney Residents, was born in the Congo in 1964. Education and career: Mr Lawrence was educated at the University of East London (UK) where he is credited with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law Res.) after successfully gaining a Master of Laws degree with Merit (all marks ranging from 60% to 78%) in 1999 and LL.B. (Hon's) Law Degree (2:2) in February 1997. He also obtained a BA (Hon's) Politics and International Relations (2:1) from the University of Westminster (London) in 1999. He works as a lawyer for CARA (Charity No. 1135610) where he advises on immigration, debt, welfare, housing and other legal matters. ...
On January 25, 2017, Ghana's law makers commended ECOWAS for its heightened role in brokering peace in the troubled Gambia. The African Union, AU and the UN Security Council were also given thumbs up for their swift intervention and response to the post-election crisis which many feared could have escalated into war. Ghana played a dual role - as a mediator with former President John Mahama at the fore and also deployed 205 troops to The Gambia to improve the political leverage in the West African nation.
This is a short tour of a working Mobile Legal Aid clinic funded by the EU Access to Justice and Legal Education Project in Brikama, The Gambia. Shows publicity rally and one-on-one consultations of locals with National Agency for Legal Aid (NALA) paralegals and lawyers who render problem solving consultations and referrals to ADR, Sharia counseling, social services representatives, NGOs and the Female Lawyers Association Gambia.