Dec 10, 2014, 10:03 AM
Baba Jobe, former National Assembly majority leader of the ruling APRC party, has been admitted at the Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH) since Sunday, reliable sources have told this paper.
Though the exact illness he suffered from was not revealed to this paper, because of what sources say was medical rules, Jobe it would be recalled was arrested on 10th October 2003 and charged with economic crimes.
He was convicted and jailed on 26th March 2004 by Justice MA Paul for nine years in prison, and has since then been serving his sentence at the State Central Prison Mile 2.
Meanwhile, a reporter sent by this paper to the RVTH was denied access by security guards.