Ndey Sowe

Sports :The GFF and it's Field Projects. A Tale of a Dream Project That Turned into a Nightmare

BIO: Lamin Fadera is an award-winning journalist who currently works for Afri Radio as a producer and presenter.

Fadera has over a decade of experience in broadcasting. He previously works with Vibes FM radio, Senn FM, Hot FM, and presently, he works for Afri Radio.

He is currently a producer for The Victims Podcast in the Gambia.

Fadera is a stringer for Africa Feeds which has its headquarters in Accra Ghana, and also a contributor to the Alkamba Times in the Gambia.

Fadera has an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from the Media Academy for Journalism and Communications.

He also has a certificate in Mass Communication from Strafford College of Management and Communications.

Del as he is fondly called is a recording engineer and he does voice-over for institutions and businesses in the Gambia.

1.     Momodou Gajaga

Story title: Blind But Still Connected To Football

Short Bio:


Momodou Gajaga is a reporter/sports anchor and a news presenter at QTV Gambia.

He has over a decade of experience in journalism, working in various media institutions including print, radio, online and TV.

He is an award-winning journalist who scooped the Best Sports Reporter of the year category in the 2019 Gambia Press Union National Journalism Award

2.     Mustapha K Darboe

Media House: Malagen

Human Rights: Raped and brutalised: Penny Appeal orphans long wait for no justice

Environment: Profiting from rebellion: Inside ‘blood timber’ traffickers network in Gambia

Investigative Journalism: Inside the Securiprofit deal

Mustapha K Darboe is a multiple awards winning investigative journalist. He is head of the investigation desk and a founding co-publisher at Malagen, The Gambia’s leading investigative journalism outlet. In 2020, Darboe cofounded Malagen led a series of investigations into public corruption primarily focused on the Office of the President and the Ministry of Fisheries and Water Resources.

Following his publication of the several investigations and the resulting public outcry, the police and ministry of justice arrested and prosecuted some people named in the investigations. In March 2023,