Al Jazeera – ‘Still reeling from the Jammeh years, Gambians wait for justice’ documentary

‘A new documentary – ‘I Cannot Bury My Father’ – from The Gambia addresses the alleged torture and murder of opponents by the government of former leader Yahya Jammeh. Victims’ families say they are still waiting for justice.’ Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from neighbouring Dakar, Senegal. #ICannotBuryMyFather Director & Producer – Nana-Jo Ndow/ANEKED Presenter […]

Press: Le Monde Afrique – In the Gambia, the wounded faces of Yahya Jammeh’s dictatorship

Le Monde Afrique Gambia: British photographers Jason Florio and Helen Jones-Florio met dozens of victims of the former president’s regime “I do not care what you do with my photo or my testimony,” concluded Alagie Sonko after the meeting.  It is the fact that you came to listen to me that did me the greatest […]

Victims of Jammeh portraits by Jason Florio, The Gambia, West Africa

Victims of Jammeh portraits Victims of Jammeh portraits by Jason Florio: Bintu – the 13-year-old daughter of Adama Conteh and Lamin Tunkara. Adama was 7 Months pregnant with Bintu and married less than a year when Lamin was murdered in July 2005. He was part of a group of more than 50 Ghanaians and other […]

Yahya Jammeh herbal AIDS/HIV ‘cure’ – portraits © Jason Florio

Gambia – Victims and Resisters of a Regime Lamin Ceesay was on of a number of HIV/AIDS patients coerced by former Gambian president, Yahya Jammeh, to stop taking their anti-retroviral drugs and be treated by him personally with his herbal HIV/AIDS ‘cure’. Jammeh’s treatment proved to be dangerous, and often fatal for many,… see more […]