I write knowing I can be killed by own words, stabbed by syntax, crucified by both understanding and misunderstanding. I write out of ignorance. I write out of curiosity. I write past the embarrassment of exposure.
It might look trivial to them because it doesn't affect them; but it is as critical & important as anything else. But the ,chaos, quarrels and the unpleasant exchanges that's happening by day in the traffic, especially going from Westfield toTabokoto is unhealthy, uncivilized and can at anytime graduate to serious conflicts if the relevant... Continue Reading →
Some learn by observing, while others learn by doing. As a child, I have seen my mom and sisters bustle to prepare meals. If you have never cooked before, then you wouldn’t understand the intricacies involved in preparing a delicious dish. All through my life, since I was 12 I have seen how my mother... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, there is a more specific message concerning your impatience, in case you haven't consider the ramifications of this particular shortcoming
Daniel Pink, known for his insightful take on what truly inspires and encourages us all, joined opensource.com for a webcast June 22 on the subject of his latest book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. Pink is interested in motivation from the perspective of science. Over the last fifty years, social scientists the world... Continue Reading →
As stated by experts, the rapid spread of of-grid and mini-grid solutions for renewable energy offers hope that African can leapfrog outdated and dirty technologies, with almost five millions families installing solar home systems in 2018.
By: Omar Malmo Jnr The government of The Gambia (past and present) and big businesses are the biggest violators of Human Rights and Freedom in the Gambia. The Gambia as a country has signed and ratified many UN conventions, domesticated the language of these conventions in her laws but cannot be felt in the day-to-day... Continue Reading →
According to the World Economic Forum Report, globally the cost of corruption is at least $2.6 trillion, sum it up to say, 5% of the world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is left to lose to corruption. And no country, state or nation is immune to the negative impacts of corruption. It is on this premise... Continue Reading →
Today, we mourn young abled Gambians who could have become anything in the future because of their desire, ample ambition; coupled with their zeal to break the circle of poverty and inequality. It was a mission of good course. They simply feeling the devastation of poverty and economic inequality. May God have mercy on their souls.