• The Gambia Law School Are Strongly Against Yahya Jammeh

    Another move by Gambian students. This time around, its the Law School. Proud to be Gambian.

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • Legal Sound Out of the Gambia Daily Bread Riddim Mix Marvelous it is .wmv

    Marvelous Presents Legal Sound out of the Gambia Daily Bread Mix.

    published: 11 Oct 2012
  • large up legal sound gambia, west africa

    published: 16 Apr 2015
  • Word on the streets 12

    On the streets of The New Gambia asking the people should Weed be legal in Gambia, If you can fire any minister who will it be and what advice will you give to the new goverment?

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • Gambian Commission Of Inquiry - Loubna Farage (Legal Practitioner) 🇬🇲

    🇬🇲 Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/pg/grts.gm/

    published: 21 Dec 2017
  • GAMBIA LEGAL PRACTITIONER MUSA BITTAYE TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

    GAMBIA LEGAL PARACTITIONER MUSA BITTAYE TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY CREDITS : Gambia Radio & Television Services

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • Mobile Legal Aid Rally Brikama Gambia

    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.

    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • Gambia: July 14 court case of Darboe

    Supporters express themselves

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • The 67th Sitting of the Gambia Commission of Inquiry Full Coverage (Part 3)

    Loubna Farage, Legal Practitioner testifies before the Janneh Commission of Inquiry probing into the financial dealings of Ex-President President Yahya Jammeh. Video Courtesy: GRTS

    published: 21 Dec 2017
  • GAMBIA MD OF TK MOTORS & TARIK MUSA's BROTHER MUSA MUSA TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

    GAMBIA MD TK MOTORS & TARIK MUSA's BROTHER MUSA MUSA TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY CREDITS : Gambia Radio & Television Services

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • Legal Sound out of The Gambia 2012 meditation time Mix

    A snip from Selector Hans and Legal Sound.2013 Mix Meditation Time by Antony Que homegambia.com

    published: 07 May 2013
  • LEGAL-JUDGEMENT SOUND DUBPLATE JAN 2017( Selecta CHE FYAH)-GAMBIA

    JRC PRODUCTION-Recorded Jan 2017.

    published: 12 Jan 2017
  • GAMBIA THEATRE - THE VICTIM

    SOURCE : Access To Justice & Legal Education Project

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • EU Access to Justice and Legal Education Project in The Gambia

    A MediaMatic Prod (The Gambia)

    published: 15 Oct 2016
  • Three (3) Companies in The Gambia abusing Citizens

    MOICI. PURA. GSM Companies! High Time Citizens Take Them to Court! By Madi Jobarteh The population of The Gambia is approximately two million with a land size of 11 thousand square kilometers. The country is a largely flat terrain with limited adverse weather conditions that cannot severely affect GSM and Internet connectivity. Based on the geography of the country, it is therefore expected that GSM and Internet communications would be greatly accessible and strong and of the highest quality. However, users of mobile phones and Internet services experience incredibly poor network even within the Greater Banjul Area. For all the networks, contrary to their advertisements, there are vast areas of the country in which connectivity is almost non-existent. Furthermore, GSM termination costs...

    published: 02 Sep 2017
  • Gambia: Legal point scoring is for those armchair politicians

    Gambia: Legal point scoring is for those armchair politicians

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • Gambia Commission of Inquiry Day 24 Full Coverage (Part 2)

    Gambia Commission of Inquiry Day 24 Full Coverage (Part 2). Jammeh’s Lebanese Business Partner Says He Was Exempted From Paying Tax. Fadia George Mazagi, The Lebanese Business Partner of the former President Yahya Jammeh has said his company, the Global Trading Company was exempted from paying tax for all the contracts awarded to them under the former regime. Mr. Mazagi made these revelations after his third reappearance before the commission of inquiry probing into the financial activities of the former President Yahya Jammeh and his close associates at the Djembe Beach Hotel, Kololi. “All the contracts awarded to us were tax exempted by the Ministry of Finance and GRA,” Fadia George Mazagi said. “The contracts were not tendered but awarded to us base on the relationship between Muhammed ...

    published: 25 Sep 2017
  • Gambia Connecting to the World Tour

    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...

    published: 16 Apr 2016
  • Gambia's Bar association calls for court boycott until Jammeh steps down

    Gambia's Bar Association -- which represents all the country's lawyers -- is calling on President Jammeh to respect the election results. In a statement, the association notes there is no legitimate legal mechanism available in the country to hear and determine the election petition Jammeh has filed. The bar has also asked its members and judiciary staff to boycott the courts until Jammeh concedes power.

    published: 13 Dec 2016
  • Gambia: Transcending the post-election crisis in the Gambia: a politico-legal perspective.

    On December 1, 2016, a presidential election was held in the Gambia and Adama Barrow was declared president-elect with 43.3% against the incumbent president Yahyah Jammeh who scored 39.6 % of the vote cast. Jammeh conceded defeat, but subsequently made a volt-face; annulled the election results, and then later sought to legally challenge the results in the Supreme Court. Relying on the ECOWAS certified results announced by Gambia’s Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Barrow has vowed to assume power as president on the January 19, 2017, and plans for his inauguration are well on course. On his part, Jammeh has vowed not to hand over power until the Supreme Court determines the election petition in which Jammeh seeks to be declared the winner, but did not list Barrow as a party thereto....

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Gambia - Legal Practitioner, Musa Bittaye Testifies At The Commission Of Enquiry

    Gambia - Legal Practitioner, Musa Bittaye Testifies At The Commission Of Enquiry For more videos, click on the link below: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCwsKKRRnVgHG9eJpLOhQyGg Don't forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE

    published: 12 Dec 2017
  • GAMBIA THEATRE - NA KETA

    SOURCE : Access To Justice & Legal Education Project

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • BEKAI SAIDY - LEGAL AID THE GAMBIA (NALA)

    The National Agency for Legal Aid (NALA) was established in 2010 to provide access to justice for all. NALA provides free legal advice in all cases and free legal representation to people charged with capital offences and children in all cases. Legal advice can be provided at police stations, prisons, and Mobile Legal Aid Clinics, and at NALA offices in Banjul, Basse and Farafenni. Legal Representation NALA provides free legal representation in cases that attract death sentence and life imprisonment such as: Murder - Manslaughter - Treason - Robbery with Violence - Rape

    published: 06 Mar 2016
  • Gambia's Political Unrest (YANKUBA DARBOE on BBC)

    A discussion on Jammeh's legal challenge to the December 1st Presidential elections in the Gambia.

    published: 15 Dec 2016
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The Gambia Law School Are Strongly Against Yahya Jammeh

The Gambia Law School Are Strongly Against Yahya Jammeh

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2016
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Another move by Gambian students. This time around, its the Law School. Proud to be Gambian.
https://wn.com/The_Gambia_Law_School_Are_Strongly_Against_Yahya_Jammeh
Legal Sound Out of the Gambia Daily Bread Riddim Mix Marvelous it is .wmv

Legal Sound Out of the Gambia Daily Bread Riddim Mix Marvelous it is .wmv

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  • Duration: 9:03
  • Updated: 11 Oct 2012
  • views: 5949
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large up legal sound gambia, west africa

large up legal sound gambia, west africa

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  • Duration: 3:57
  • Updated: 16 Apr 2015
  • views: 357
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Word on the streets 12

Word on the streets 12

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  • Duration: 17:55
  • Updated: 02 Oct 2017
  • views: 2665
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On the streets of The New Gambia asking the people should Weed be legal in Gambia, If you can fire any minister who will it be and what advice will you give to the new goverment?
https://wn.com/Word_On_The_Streets_12
Gambian Commission Of Inquiry - Loubna Farage (Legal Practitioner) 🇬🇲

Gambian Commission Of Inquiry - Loubna Farage (Legal Practitioner) 🇬🇲

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  • Duration: 22:55
  • Updated: 21 Dec 2017
  • views: 339
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🇬🇲 Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/pg/grts.gm/
https://wn.com/Gambian_Commission_Of_Inquiry_Loubna_Farage_(Legal_Practitioner)_🇬🇲
GAMBIA LEGAL PRACTITIONER  MUSA BITTAYE TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

GAMBIA LEGAL PRACTITIONER MUSA BITTAYE TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

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  • Duration: 21:55
  • Updated: 11 Dec 2017
  • views: 3619
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GAMBIA LEGAL PARACTITIONER MUSA BITTAYE TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY CREDITS : Gambia Radio & Television Services
https://wn.com/Gambia_Legal_Practitioner_Musa_Bittaye_Testifies_At_The_Commission_Of_Inquiry
Mobile Legal Aid Rally Brikama Gambia

Mobile Legal Aid Rally Brikama Gambia

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  • Duration: 2:40
  • Updated: 17 Mar 2016
  • views: 2414
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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.
https://wn.com/Mobile_Legal_Aid_Rally_Brikama_Gambia
Gambia: July 14 court case of Darboe

Gambia: July 14 court case of Darboe

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  • Duration: 1:12
  • Updated: 14 Jul 2016
  • views: 4389
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Supporters express themselves
https://wn.com/Gambia_July_14_Court_Case_Of_Darboe
The 67th Sitting of the Gambia Commission of Inquiry Full Coverage (Part 3)

The 67th Sitting of the Gambia Commission of Inquiry Full Coverage (Part 3)

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  • Duration: 26:16
  • Updated: 21 Dec 2017
  • views: 2711
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Loubna Farage, Legal Practitioner testifies before the Janneh Commission of Inquiry probing into the financial dealings of Ex-President President Yahya Jammeh. Video Courtesy: GRTS
https://wn.com/The_67Th_Sitting_Of_The_Gambia_Commission_Of_Inquiry_Full_Coverage_(Part_3)
GAMBIA MD OF TK MOTORS & TARIK MUSA's BROTHER MUSA MUSA TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

GAMBIA MD OF TK MOTORS & TARIK MUSA's BROTHER MUSA MUSA TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2017
  • views: 1573
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GAMBIA MD TK MOTORS & TARIK MUSA's BROTHER MUSA MUSA TESTIFIES AT THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY CREDITS : Gambia Radio & Television Services
https://wn.com/Gambia_Md_Of_Tk_Motors_Tarik_Musa's_Brother_Musa_Musa_Testifies_At_The_Commission_Of_Inquiry
Legal Sound out of The Gambia 2012 meditation time Mix

Legal Sound out of The Gambia 2012 meditation time Mix

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  • Duration: 3:32
  • Updated: 07 May 2013
  • views: 2287
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A snip from Selector Hans and Legal Sound.2013 Mix Meditation Time by Antony Que homegambia.com
https://wn.com/Legal_Sound_Out_Of_The_Gambia_2012_Meditation_Time_Mix
LEGAL-JUDGEMENT SOUND DUBPLATE JAN 2017( Selecta CHE FYAH)-GAMBIA

LEGAL-JUDGEMENT SOUND DUBPLATE JAN 2017( Selecta CHE FYAH)-GAMBIA

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  • Duration: 3:33
  • Updated: 12 Jan 2017
  • views: 454
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JRC PRODUCTION-Recorded Jan 2017.
https://wn.com/Legal_Judgement_Sound_Dubplate_Jan_2017(_Selecta_Che_Fyah)_Gambia
GAMBIA THEATRE - THE VICTIM

GAMBIA THEATRE - THE VICTIM

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2017
  • views: 34993
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EU Access to Justice and Legal Education Project in The Gambia

EU Access to Justice and Legal Education Project in The Gambia

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  • Duration: 26:49
  • Updated: 15 Oct 2016
  • views: 849
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A MediaMatic Prod (The Gambia)
https://wn.com/Eu_Access_To_Justice_And_Legal_Education_Project_In_The_Gambia
Three (3) Companies in The Gambia abusing Citizens

Three (3) Companies in The Gambia abusing Citizens

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  • Duration: 6:16
  • Updated: 02 Sep 2017
  • views: 36
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MOICI. PURA. GSM Companies! High Time Citizens Take Them to Court! By Madi Jobarteh The population of The Gambia is approximately two million with a land size of 11 thousand square kilometers. The country is a largely flat terrain with limited adverse weather conditions that cannot severely affect GSM and Internet connectivity. Based on the geography of the country, it is therefore expected that GSM and Internet communications would be greatly accessible and strong and of the highest quality. However, users of mobile phones and Internet services experience incredibly poor network even within the Greater Banjul Area. For all the networks, contrary to their advertisements, there are vast areas of the country in which connectivity is almost non-existent. Furthermore, GSM termination costs within a network and across networks remains largely expensive. Why? Why is mobile telephony and Internet service terribly poor in this country despite the many government projects and huge investment that has been made in this sector so far? Even when GSM and Internet companies generate huge revenue from customers yet the quality of service remains erratic, poor and unavailable to majority of Gambians who continue to pay a lot for these services? Why are these companies not making adequate investment to upgrade their systems? It is high time Gambians demand from both the Government and GSM and Internet service providers to explain and address this unbearable and unfair situation in order to ensure affordable, high quality connectivity and accessible services to all. Or we sue them! Telephony and Internet services are fundamental drivers of the progress of society and economy in all facets: from employment, health and education to leisure, security and business among others. Hence the need for quality services must be a top priority of any government and society. From the look of things, it is clear that the only reason the Gambia faces such a poor telephony and Internet sector is the lack of strategy and leadership at the level of regulators and service providers. The law empowers PURA to ensure that service providers perform in the best interest of society and economy. The Ministry responsible for communication infrastructure and technology is expected to back and enforce the recommendations of PURA. GSM companies themselves are expected to abide by the best practices and high ethical business standards and operations. The question is, are all of these entities performing their functions as required by law and ethics? It appears this is not the case. Their failure is because the citizens are not taking them to task. Gambians must understand that the Government, through MOICI and PURA has a duty by law to do their jobs perfectly. They do not give us charity, rather they are here to defend our fundamental human rights of access to quality products and services based on value for money. Hence MOICI and PURA must not allow any private entity to provide poor quality services to Gambians yet who are forced to pay for those poor services. It is clear in the law as to what PURA, backed by MOICI should do when a GSM or internet company fails in providing quality products and services. Therefore we expect nothing from MOIC and PURA but to enforce the law. In early 2016, the regulatory authorities in Nigeria and Sierra Leone imposed a fine of more than seven million dollars on GSM operators for just providing poor quality services. Has PURA ever imposed such fines on GAMCEL, QCELL, Africell and Comium? Have these companies ever fulfilled such fines? Thus Gambians must ask the fundamental questions knowing that what we are dealing with here is about our lives, rights and destiny. So far the quality of services is unbearable, unfair, expensive and erratic. This is unacceptable. In building the New Gambia, citizens must demand that the Government set high-level standards in both the public and private sectors in the delivery of goods and services. This is a fundamental human rights issue. We must not allow private GSM and Internet service providers to rip us off of our hard earned money! Unless we are able to set and enforce those standards in our institutions and processes for the delivery of goods and services, this country shall remain an impoverished and underdeveloped country. Let us refuse to buy empty excuses and false rationalizations that governments and companies like to always spread around in order to run away from their responsibilities. The Gambia Government has all the legal powers, competences, capacities and resources to make sure citizens enjoy the highest standard of living in all aspects. Hence let us demand that the Government exercise those powers within the limits of the law to protect our rights in all respects. The current and continued poor quality of GSM and Internet services in the country is a direct violation of our rights to lif
https://wn.com/Three_(3)_Companies_In_The_Gambia_Abusing_Citizens
Gambia: Legal point scoring is for those armchair politicians

Gambia: Legal point scoring is for those armchair politicians

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  • Duration: 6:31
  • Updated: 26 Jan 2017
  • views: 143
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Gambia: Legal point scoring is for those armchair politicians
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Gambia Commission of Inquiry Day 24 Full Coverage (Part 2)

Gambia Commission of Inquiry Day 24 Full Coverage (Part 2)

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  • Duration: 55:41
  • Updated: 25 Sep 2017
  • views: 1540
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Gambia Commission of Inquiry Day 24 Full Coverage (Part 2). Jammeh’s Lebanese Business Partner Says He Was Exempted From Paying Tax. Fadia George Mazagi, The Lebanese Business Partner of the former President Yahya Jammeh has said his company, the Global Trading Company was exempted from paying tax for all the contracts awarded to them under the former regime. Mr. Mazagi made these revelations after his third reappearance before the commission of inquiry probing into the financial activities of the former President Yahya Jammeh and his close associates at the Djembe Beach Hotel, Kololi. “All the contracts awarded to us were tax exempted by the Ministry of Finance and GRA,” Fadia George Mazagi said. “The contracts were not tendered but awarded to us base on the relationship between Muhammed Bazzi and former president,” he added. Mr. Mazagi told the commission that the Global Trading Company was registered in The Gambia in 2015 as a branch of the head office in Belgium. Mazagi was summoned in respect to the payment of €1 Million Euro to the Global Trading Company to purchase a State Aircraft in 2011. He said the first arrangement does not materialize as the aircraft was sold to another buyer, saying an agreement was made to offset the deliveries of vehicles made to the Kanilai Family Farm. He added that the Office of the former President wrote a letter to business partners in Belgium to offset the previous deliveries. The alleged letter, he said was written by Dr. Njogu Bah, the former Secretary-General. “We have lost copies of the letter,” he asserted. When asked by Counsel Amie Bensouda about using public funds to pay the debt of a private company he said it was an instruction from the office of the former president. “It was an agreement between Muhammed Bazzi and the former president,” he responded. According to him, €1.354 Million Euros was used to purchase Hyundai and coaches for the former president. The Global Trading statement of account in respect to invoices to Kanilai Family Farm was admitted in bundles and marked as exhibits. Commissioner Bai Mass Saine stressed the necessity to provide the alleged letter from the office of the former president which the witness said he will endeavor to get. Counsel Bensouda put it to him that the invoices submitted by him were all meant for Kanilai Family Farm dealing with containers of vegetable oil which government has nothing to do with. “Don’t you think you were assisting someone who might be diverting public funds,” Lawyer Bensouda asked. “The documents were inconsistent,” she added. “We were made to believe that the Kanilai Family Farm was receiving the vehicles and goods on behalf of the government,” Mazagi responded. The Lebanese Businessman was told to provide a letter to the commission at a later date showing his exemption from paying tax. Abdoulie Jallow, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Finance and Momodou Lamin Bah, Accountant General were next witnesses to testify before the commission. The two officials were summoned in respect to the accounts opened by the office of the former president. Permanent Secretary Jallow said the Special Security Account was opened purposely to meet the travel expenses of the former first family. The deposited fund, he said were from the consolidated fund. He said he has not seen any law that allows the president to be a signatory to account. “There is no legal basis to use consolidated fund to pay the travel expenses of the first family,” PS Abdoulie Jallow said. Jallow and Bah admitted the opening of the International Gateway, Vision 2016 and Special Security Accounts among others at the Central Bank by directives of the office of the former president. Accountant General Bah admitted that the president cannot be signatory to the consolidated account. Bah acknowledged that the Special Security Account was used to pay for the travel expenses of the former president and his entourage which he said was not in line with best practices. “I understand that the same practice continues still now. You have to regularize things since it is not in line with best practices,” Lawyer Bensouda told him. Accountant General Bah in respond said they had a meeting about the issue with the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs to tighten up things. Meanwhile, the session was adjourned till Tuesday morning, September 26.
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Gambia Connecting to the World Tour

Gambia Connecting to the World Tour

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  • Updated: 16 Apr 2016
  • views: 864
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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, Fafanding & Sana for their time they put into the project. This is just a BEGIN!! Bless People This video has been made Alex Redstar ‪#‎Postman‬ ‪#‎DJPostman‬ ‪#‎DJPostmanGeneva‬ ‪#‎Reggae‬ ‪#‎Ragga‬ ‪#‎Dancehall‬ ‪#‎Funk‬ ‪#‎Disco‬ ‪#‎Music‬ ‪#‎DJforlife‬ ‪#‎DJ4life‬ ‪#‎LoveTheRiddim‬ ‪#‎AlbumofTheWeek‬ ‪#‎Geneva‬ ‪#‎Genève‬ ‪#‎Genf‬ ‪#‎Switzerland‬ ‪#‎LegalSoundInternational‬ ‪#‎Gambia‬ ‪#‎DonTrotti‬ ‪#‎AlexRedstar‬
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Gambia's Bar association calls for court boycott until Jammeh steps down

Gambia's Bar association calls for court boycott until Jammeh steps down

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2016
  • views: 1970
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Gambia's Bar Association -- which represents all the country's lawyers -- is calling on President Jammeh to respect the election results. In a statement, the association notes there is no legitimate legal mechanism available in the country to hear and determine the election petition Jammeh has filed. The bar has also asked its members and judiciary staff to boycott the courts until Jammeh concedes power.
https://wn.com/Gambia's_Bar_Association_Calls_For_Court_Boycott_Until_Jammeh_Steps_Down
Gambia: Transcending the post-election crisis in the Gambia: a politico-legal perspective.

Gambia: Transcending the post-election crisis in the Gambia: a politico-legal perspective.

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
  • views: 252
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On December 1, 2016, a presidential election was held in the Gambia and Adama Barrow was declared president-elect with 43.3% against the incumbent president Yahyah Jammeh who scored 39.6 % of the vote cast. Jammeh conceded defeat, but subsequently made a volt-face; annulled the election results, and then later sought to legally challenge the results in the Supreme Court. Relying on the ECOWAS certified results announced by Gambia’s Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Barrow has vowed to assume power as president on the January 19, 2017, and plans for his inauguration are well on course. On his part, Jammeh has vowed not to hand over power until the Supreme Court determines the election petition in which Jammeh seeks to be declared the winner, but did not list Barrow as a party thereto. Barrow is proceeding with plans for his inauguration. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
https://wn.com/Gambia_Transcending_The_Post_Election_Crisis_In_The_Gambia_A_Politico_Legal_Perspective.
Gambia - Legal Practitioner, Musa Bittaye Testifies At The Commission Of Enquiry

Gambia - Legal Practitioner, Musa Bittaye Testifies At The Commission Of Enquiry

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  • Updated: 12 Dec 2017
  • views: 145
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Gambia - Legal Practitioner, Musa Bittaye Testifies At The Commission Of Enquiry For more videos, click on the link below: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCwsKKRRnVgHG9eJpLOhQyGg Don't forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE
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GAMBIA THEATRE - NA KETA

GAMBIA THEATRE - NA KETA

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2017
  • views: 9387
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BEKAI SAIDY - LEGAL AID THE GAMBIA (NALA)

BEKAI SAIDY - LEGAL AID THE GAMBIA (NALA)

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  • Duration: 13:12
  • Updated: 06 Mar 2016
  • views: 109
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The National Agency for Legal Aid (NALA) was established in 2010 to provide access to justice for all. NALA provides free legal advice in all cases and free legal representation to people charged with capital offences and children in all cases. Legal advice can be provided at police stations, prisons, and Mobile Legal Aid Clinics, and at NALA offices in Banjul, Basse and Farafenni. Legal Representation NALA provides free legal representation in cases that attract death sentence and life imprisonment such as: Murder - Manslaughter - Treason - Robbery with Violence - Rape
https://wn.com/Bekai_Saidy_Legal_Aid_The_Gambia_(Nala)
Gambia's Political Unrest (YANKUBA DARBOE on BBC)

Gambia's Political Unrest (YANKUBA DARBOE on BBC)

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  • Duration: 4:09
  • Updated: 15 Dec 2016
  • views: 14232
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A discussion on Jammeh's legal challenge to the December 1st Presidential elections in the Gambia.
https://wn.com/Gambia's_Political_Unrest_(Yankuba_Darboe_On_Bbc)
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