Gambian government's Ramadan declaration angers feminists

Gambian government's Ramadan declaration angers feminists

[RFI - Africa] - 14/05/2021
Feminists in The Gambia have slammed a government memo issued during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan that stated women working in government should return home early to prepare Iftar, the traditional breaking of the fast during Ramadan, after (...)
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