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The Gambia Contemplates Reversal of Female Genital Mutilation Ban

The Gambia has taken a significant step towards overturning a ban on female genital mutilation (FGM), potentially becoming the first country to reverse legal protections against the practice for millions of women and girls worldwide. In a parliamentary vote on Monday, politicians in the West African nation overwhelmingly supported a bill aimed at repealing a landmark 2015 ban on FGM, which impoRead More…

Tragedy in Delta: 16 Nigerian Soldiers Killed in Community Clash

Tragedy in Delta: 16 Nigerian Soldiers Killed in Community Clash

Sixteen Nigerian soldiers tragically lost their lives during a mission aimed at quelling clashes between two communities in the Bomadi region of the southern Delta state. According to Brigadier General Tukur Gusau, spokesperson for the army, the troops, hailing from the 181 Amphibious Battalion, were responding to the conflict in the Okuoma community when they came under attack on Thursday. TheRead More…

Opposition Resurgence: Sonko's Release Energizes Senegal's Political Arena

Opposition Resurgence: Sonko’s Release Energizes Senegal’s Political Arena

The recent release of firebrand Sonko and his trusted ally Faye has reinvigorated Senegal’s opposition in preparation for the upcoming presidential election on March 24. Their liberation, just 10 days before the delayed election, has brought joy to opposition supporters and potentially boosted their chances of defeating outgoing President Macky Sall. Ousmane Sonko, a charismatic figure known foRead More…

Escalating Kidnappings in Nigeria: Urgent Calls for Improved Security and Protection

Escalating Kidnappings in Nigeria: Urgent Calls for Improved Security and Protection

The recent wave of abductions in Nigeria, particularly the kidnapping of students in Gada, Sokoto, and Kuriga, highlights the persistent security challenges facing the country. The abduction of 15 students and four women in Gada, Sokoto, adds to the growing concern over the safety of students and civilians in Nigeria. The ongoing search efforts by the army and local authorities to locate the kiRead More…

Senegal Sets March 24 Presidential Election Date: Navigating Democratic Challenges and Embracing Rule of Law

Senegal Sets March 24 Presidential Election Date: Navigating Democratic Challenges and Embracing Rule of Law

Senegal’s decision to set the presidential election for March 24, following weeks of political turmoil and protests, marks a significant development in the country’s democratic process. The announcement, made after the country’s top court deemed President Macky Sall’s initial plan to delay the vote unconstitutional, reflects a commitment to upholding democratic principles and the rule of law. TRead More…

Cultural and Religious Unity: Horeejo Tabital International and Tabital Pulaaku Cameroon Attend Poumpoumre Mosque Inauguration in Garoua, Cameroon

The presence of Horeejo Tabital International and Tabital Pulaaku Cameroon at the inauguration of the Poumpoumre Mosque in Garoua, Cameroon, underscores the significance of the event within the broader context of cultural and religious engagement. As esteemed organizations dedicated to promoting the values and traditions of the Fulani community, their participation reflects a commitment to fostRead More…

Hon. Saihou Mballow Sets Tone of Unity and Purpose at President Barrow Football Peace Tournament

Hon. Saihou Mballow Sets Tone of Unity and Purpose at President Barrow Football Peace Tournament

A powerful and inspiring opening statement by Hon. Saihou Mballow at the President Barrow Football Peace Tournament! The emphasis on football as a unifying force in a country often divided by political differences is truly commendable. It’s heartening to see the recognition of football’s ability to foster understanding, promote peace, and build bridges between communities. The tournament’s focuRead More…

Former Opposition Leader Mamadou Oury Bah Appointed Prime Minister in Guinea

Former Opposition Leader Mamadou Oury Bah Appointed Prime Minister in Guinea

Mamadou Oury Bah, a former opposition leader in Guinea, has been appointed as the country’s new prime minister by the military junta. This decision comes in the wake of the junta’s dissolution of the government just a week ago. Bah, also known as Bah Oury, has been a prominent figure in Guinean politics for decades. He founded the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG) in 1991 and later leRead More…

TABITAL PULAAKU GAMMBIYA

Tabital Pulaaku Youth Wing Launched in The Gambia

Tabital Pulaaku-The Gambia, an organization dedicated to preserving Fula culture and traditional values, has launched its first-ever youth wing in Marakisa-Fula Kunda village. This initiative is part of Tabital Pulaaku International’s efforts to unite Fulas across Africa and around the world. Keita Saidy, the president of the Sukabeh Fulbeh Tabital Pulaaku Youth Wing-The Gambia, stated that theRead More…

Violence Erupts in Conakry as General Strike Grips Guinea: Two Youths Killed Amid Clashes

Violence Erupts in Conakry as General Strike Grips Guinea: Two Youths Killed Amid Clashes

The situation in Guinea’s capital, Conakry, turned violent as a general strike paralyzed the city, with two youths shot dead amid clashes with security forces. The strike, called by a confederation of main unions, aims to protest against the military government’s stifling of dissent, demand the release of a prominent media activist, lower food prices, and an end to media censorship.   TRead More…