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Jun 30, 2017, 2:20 PM
Chief Inspector Pa Colley, a police and testing officer attached to the Brusubi Police Station, Wednesday testified at the Bundung Magistrates’ Court in the presidential convoy accident case involving one Ousainou Jammeh, a military officer and a state guard driver.
Pa Colley told the court that on 27 April 2012, he received a call that there was an accident at Senegambia, adding that he rushed to the scene of the accident and discovered that three vehicles were involved in the accident.
He said he tested all the three vehicles and issued certificates to all the drivers.
Officer Colley added that the accused was driving a state guard vehicle, and the other two were commercial vehicles, and their parts were recovered.
He also stated that all the drivers signed the certificates that were issued to them.
The case is adjourned till 5 September 2012.
According to the particulars of offence, on 27 April 2012, at Senegambia, the accused drove a motor vehicle with registration number unknown, in a dangerous manner and thereby committed an offence.