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Top Gambia Quotes

Gambia Quotes By Yahya Jammeh

Some people go to the West and claim they are gays and that their lives are at risk in the Gambia, in order for them to be granted a stay in Europe. — Yahya Jammeh

Gambia Quotes By Seinabo Sey

We moved to Gambia from Sweden when I was six years old because my dad was from there. It was definitely a culture shock. — Seinabo Sey

Gambia Quotes By Alex Haley

Early in the spring of 1750, in the village of Juffure, four days upriver from the coast of The Gambia, West Africa, a manchild was born to Omoro and Binta Kinte. — Alex Haley

Gambia Quotes By Yahya Jammeh

Homosexuals are not welcome in the Gambia. — Yahya Jammeh

Gambia Quotes By Michael Shermer

Today, the witch theory of causality has fallen into disuse, with the exception of a few isolated pockets in Papua New Guinea, India, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia, Tanzania, Kenya, or Sierra Leone, where "witches" are still burned to death. A 2002 World Health Organization study, for example, reported that every year more than 500 elderly women in Tanzania alone are killed for being "witches." In Nigeria, children by the thousands are being rounded up and torched as "witches," and in response the Nigerian government arrested a self-styled bishop named Okon Williams, who it accused of killing 110 such children. — Michael Shermer

Gambia Quotes By Yahya Jammeh

What brought the British to the Gambia in the first place - which was bigger than it is now - was trade in ivory because the Gambia had a lot of elephants. They wiped out all the elephants and ended up selling Africans. — Yahya Jammeh

Gambia Quotes By Fatou Bensouda

I do not think that it is right for me to start giving opinions about the human rights situation of any country, including Gambia, except when those crimes translate into the crimes that I have to investigate. — Fatou Bensouda