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Robina Namusisi
Rotarian, Lawyer, Interested in women and disability issues, entrenching multi party democracy, Gambia Country Director
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Adaje Obi'abo Sunday Feb 22
Congratulations to H.E. Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior, V.P of the . I hope she will push for the implementation of 35% affirmative action in the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 23
Thank you for the ‘shout out’ and kudos to the great women who have kept the fire burning
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Sidi Sanneh Feb 23
Gambian journalists must focus more of their reporting on project implementation in the field, and less on the ceremonial signing, validation seminars and other fancy five star hotel gatherings. Gambians need to be informed on project implementation & effectiveness.
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Dr. Yolande Bouka Feb 22
Teaching her, her poem, and her work in two weeks in my Intro to Women, Gender, and Politics.
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Abdoulie Fatty Feb 22
At turntable this morning, I saw a Magistrate's orderly (P.I.U) driving a taxi while passengers got in. I'm guessing he's doing Turntable-Senegambia/Traffic light route. Hats off to him for his hustle. More hard work & graft, maybe, only maybe, Gambia will stand a small chance.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 20
In the US, there is public access to Commitee hearings via radio, television, social media or in person attendance. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MS Bah Dynamic Feb 20
The most critical stakeholders in the constitutional building process is the political parties. Gambia Director addressing participants at the sensitisation session on opinion Research.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
Thomas Kahn, Former Staff Director of U.S. House Budget Commitee “Disagreeing with the executive does not mean you are against it-it is totally okay for the executive and legislature to disagree’.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
Tip 3: Budget Scrutiny: Look for waste eg where money will not be used productively.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
Tip 2: Because you control the budget, you should ask the tough questions about spending and if you don’t get answers, you reduce it. People will respect you because you have made difficult decisions’.
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
Sharing tip 1 on the budget process: “I have never seen a perfect budget: You need to find middle ground. That’s the process of give and take- Thomas Kahn, Former Staff Director, US House Budget Commitee
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JT Feb 19
Izmira making her debut!
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
‘You are more than representatives, You are leaders’ Thomas Kahn, Former Staff Director, US House Budget Commitee discussing the budget process ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Robina Namusisi Feb 19
Day 1 of ⁦⁩ technical assistance with the ⁦⁩. Using social media is very vital in engaging constituencies’ - Izmira Aitch, Legislative Assistant to ⁦
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Lamin Jahateh Feb 18
Happy 55th Independence Anniversary
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Mark Sawyer Feb 18
Dinu P. is 's youngest member of Parliament (25-basically me!). Last week he met with students, teachers, and workers from different industries in his hometown to talk issues and ask how he can represent them in Chisinau. Youth are political changemakers with !
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Alhagie Sainey Nyang Feb 18
Happy Independence Day!
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Buba Sanna Njie Feb 18
Happy Independence Day 🇬🇲. Our revolutionary visions: to expose all nefarious plots, keep fighting for the rule of law, substantive justice, social justice, to tranfrom Gambia into an economic power house, and pursue intrinsically meaningful revolution 24/7. Viva focused patriots
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Ousainou ANM Darboe Feb 18
Let us renew all promises we made to ourselves and to our country, at the time of independence, as enshrined in our national anthem. Happy 55th Independence Day to all Gambians.
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Gambia Women's Chamber of Commerce Feb 18
Happy Independence Day! Today, we all should feel proud to be a part of this great nation. May this spirit of freedom lead us all to success and glory. To Gambian women, the backbone of this country-remain unwavering, resolute, and focused!
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