Journalists are calling for the erection of a statue for late reporter, Deyda Hydara on the spot where he was gunned down in 2004, for what colleagues believe was his critical stands on human rights violations and his attempt to sue the government.
'Erect Statue Where Deyda Was Killed' - Foroyaa Managing Editor
Foroyaa, 18 December 2017
Sam Sarr Managing Editor of the Foroyaa Newspaper has called for the erection of a statue of the late Deyda Hydara on the spot where he was gunned down in 2004. Read more »
A Glowing Tribute to Late Deyda
The Point, 15 December 2017
Tomorrow will mark 13 years since late Deyda Hydara, the co-proprietor and managing editor of The Point Newspaper was slain and still suspects are yet to face justice. Read more »
Tribute to Deyda Hydara
2004 was already a trying year for Gambia's journalists before Deyda Hydara's murder in December. The climate had begun to deteriorate after the attempted murder of lawyer Ousman… Read more »
In Memory of Deyda Hydara
Foroyaa, 15 December 2017
Tomorrow, 16th December marks the thirteenth anniversary of the murder of Deyda Hydara in cold blood by cowards who hid in the dark to commit this atrocious crime. Read more »
Media Mark Anniversary of Killing of Journalist Deyda Hydara
The Gambia Press Union (GPU) and Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), supported by International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) will hold a forum in honour of… Read more »
Agony of Ida Jagne, Another Victim On the Night Deyda Was Killed
The Point, 18 December 2017
It has been 13 years since that fateful day in 2004 when I was given lift home by Deyda Hydara late in the evening from The Point office on Garba Jahumpa Road. As soon as we… Read more »
Tribute to Deyda
EULOGY - Deyda HYDARA - A MAN OF SUBSTANCE Read more »
Dedya Hydara's Death - a Loss to the Media Fraternity
The year 2003 saw me joining the media fraternity by writing for "The Independent" newspaper. I was covering court cases. I loved the way Abdoulie Sey, who was the editor-in-chief… Read more »
When Journalists Targeted, Society Pays Price - Minister Jawo
Gambia's minister of Information has said it is evident that when journalists were targeted in The Gambia, the whole society had to pay the price. Read more »
Jammeh Knew About Journalist's Killing - Ex-Minister
Amadou Scatred Janneh, a onetime minister of Information Communication and Infrastructure during the APRC regime has told journalists that the reaction of former President Yahya… Read more »
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