Jun 27, 2013, 12:35 PM
One Nfamara Jammeh, a security officer with Calamba Security Services recently testified against Badou Sey, before Magistrate Secka of the Kanifing Magistrates' Court.
Mr. Sey is standing trial for stealing from a house, a charged he has denied.
Testifying before the court, the first prosecution witness, Nfamara Jammeh, told the court that he lives at Dippakunda, and that he works at Calamba Security Services. He indicated that he recognised the accused person, and could recalled what happened on 16th August 2010.
According to him, he closed from work and went to bed whiles his roommate also went to work as well.
He adduced that, when he woke up, he discovered that his shoes, two travelling bags, his mobile phone and some of his materials were stolen.
Subsequently, he reported the matter to the SerreKunda Police Station where he made his statement.
He stated that when he returned home, he called on his phone, and it was received by one of the CID officers. Mr. Jammeh stated that he told the officer that this was his phone, which he has lost and the CID officer asked him to report to SerreKunda Police Station.
On arrival at the station, he added, he met the officer, and he was then asked about the items stolen from him, and he listed them as mentioned earlier.
Further testifying, he told the court that his mobile phone was given back to him, and was again asked whether he could recognise the items stolen, and replied in the affirmative. He said that after receiving his items, his statement was also recorded.
The case was adjourned to 27th of September 2010 for continuation of hearing.