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This is why we need to engage our specialists

Mr. Sheriff Tambedou has just settled the dust that revolves around the much more debated perceived constitutional violations by the Adama Barrow’s administration. What we should learn from this is the necessity of seeking the opinions of our specialists and experts in their respective fields of specialization.

Alieu Manjang

I hailed the efforts of our journalists for uprooting the dictatorship despite the efforts of the former regime to curtail freedom speech. A few months ago it was almost impossible to seek the opinions of our specialists over different issues; however with the margin of freedom of expression we are enjoying today it is paramount that our journalists seek perspectives of specialists and experts in different areas of specialization to shed light on contentious technical issues like legal, economic and security issues.
Being a journalist does not mean that you are Omni-knowledgeable about all issues that are brought to your mediums. Inviting specialists will help audiences to be well- informed about issues that are being deliberated.

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