The Scribes

The Dilemma (Part Three)

10th April 2019

Aisha saw the paper and read it before the bag was untaped; written on the paper was: “THIS IS A SUM OF D125,000.00 FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART, USE IT WISELY!”. Everyone one froze for a moment and BOOOM! They all swam into jubilation and exultation. The feeling was like they were informed that […]

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The Dilemma (Part Two)

7th April 2019

*”My dear Lovely Fatoumatta,* *It is with great pleasure I gift you on this special occasion. Can you remember the challenges you tendered when we were at the National Leadership training, at Banjul? This is just an iota of help I can offer on this special occasion of ours. I hope you like it and […]

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The Dilemma (Part One)

7th April 2019

Can you imagine? After donkey years of struggling, tumbling, toppling, crumbling and of course dating poverty and hardship, a friend of my aunt, *Alpha MK Lowe*, surprised her with a big holy box on her birthday. *”What’s in that giant box”* became the house anthem. Everyone was kept in suspense, and speculations grew as my […]

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WAY TO TENDABA (#OCMembers EP23)

7th April 2019

he club was 🔥 with hot chicks and soon the club filled to the max because that night was surly a *LAST POT* for many. Mr DJ was burning the dance floor with his unpredictable and dynamic selection of songs. “One corner” was still on the heat. Girls and boys sandwich each other; twerking involuntarily […]

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Child Labor: A Monster against Efficient Basic Education!

30th March 2019

The grievous and withering pool that our little brothers and sisters swim in nowadays is the order of the day. This unforgivable and exploitative menace is the ugly parasitical tsetse fly that persistently wreak havoc on the resourceful cow that is supposed to breastfeed Basic Education. Tempted by its destructiveness, I opt to pen this […]

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THE PROBLEM OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT IS GETTING INTO HIGHER SCALES ON DAILY BASIS

29th March 2019

THE PROBLEM OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT IS GETTING INTO HIGHER SCALES ON DAILY BASI The problem of public transport still remains a key factor as a set bag in building an advance socioeconomic growth to enhance the lives of The Gambian people. The presence of the Gambia Transport Services Company buses is still not sufficient to […]

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THE EYEWITNESS (PART1)

29th March 2019

The atrocities were unbecoming and the demand to curb the situation was at an all-time high. At the summit of the horror show in town lay burglary and armed robbery. Cases of heinous engagements had been lighting up social media, televisions and newspapers. Fear had gripped and crippled almost the entire populace. I had been […]

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INFINITY

27th March 2019

So silence is golden huh? No wonder most of us are broke The truth shall set you free huh? Keep the chains on people, lies are beautiful that’s why politicians always win Love hurts right? Yeah I know, it killed Romeo and drowned Jack. Rose and Juliet have a pretty good idea how much it […]

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A HUNGRY PERSON IS AN ANGRY PERSON

27th March 2019

For the past 14 days, I have personally interacted with exactly 350 youths from different walks of life within Banjul and the Kombos; and I can say without batting an eyelid that this idea of Gambians are lazy is incorrect. I reject it in toto, they are not lazy. Many Gambian youths are struggling day […]

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The National Conversation!

27th March 2019

Under the guise of political independence of The Gambia, the imperial powers and our puppet-like political leaders continued without shame to repress, and exploit the masses and turning our territories into neo colonial bounds. As a result, most of the reasons that ignited the father of our Independence, Edward Franchise Small and comrades in arms […]

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