Homosexuality Not an Issue in Gambia, Says New President
President Adama Barrow made the remarks during a meeting with a visiting delegation of the European Union. This contradicts the position of his predecessor who called homosexuals "vermin".
The Point, 14 February 2017
President Adama Barrow has said that homosexuality is not an issue in The Gambia, an act that will send one to prison for life in the country. Read more »
An act of homosexuality already carries a minimum 14 years in prison.
The Point, 31 July 2015
The High Court presided over by Justice Abi yesterday acquitted and discharged two Gambians, Momarr Sowe and Alieu Sarr, accused of engaging in homosexual act. Read more »
The Point, 2 April 2015
The criminal trial involving one Momarr Sowe, accused of engaging in a homosexual act, proceeded yesterday in chambers before Justice Abi of the Banjul High court, with more… Read more »