Mar 16, 2016, 10:03 AM
The trial of Hamadi Sowe, the only civilian charged with concealment of treason in the aftermath of the foiled 21st March 2006 coup d'etat, was yesterday deferred again.
The trial, which was scheduled to commence yesterday before Justice M.M. Yamoa of the Banjul High Court, was rescheduled to Thursday, 5th June.
Hamadi Sowe was the only civilian charged with concealment of treason along with military officers following the 21st march 2006 abortive coup attempt. The military officers charged with concealment of treason were since sentenced to terms ranging from 10 years to 25 years by a court martial.