Every community has the right to practice their culture

[The Standard - The Gambia] - 22/06/2022
The Gambian Constitution has guaranteed the right of every person – citizen or resident of the Gambia – to enjoy and practice their culture so long as they do not contravene the Constitution or infringe on the rights of others or undermine national unity. This means the Yoruba community like any (...)
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