Aug 19, 2008, 7:08 AM
Njorr, a Senegalese national was on
to the facts as narrated by prosecutor 358 Sarr, on
The accused person, said prosecutor Sarr, told the customer that the price of a steak was D120. He revealed that at that juncture, there was a man called Bakary Sarjo who is working for the Voice of the Nation, who witnessed the transaction.
Prosecutor Sarr continued to say that the accused was intercepted by Bakary Sarjo inorder not to sell the meat at D120 per kilo. He further narrated that Bakary Sarjo arrested the accused and handed him to the police in Serrekunda Station where he was cautioned and charged accordingly.
because the Magistrate was very busy with other cases, he asked the accused to
step down from the dock to wait to know his fate on
In another development, four other butchers namely Barra Jah, Sheikh Nyang, Modou Yaya Bah and Modou Bah were also arraigned for cheating.
to the particulars of offence, the four accused persons on or about
Subsequently, the accused were granted bail in the sum of D7000 or in the provision of a Gambian surety with a title deed to be deposited with the Assistant Registrar.