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Court hears case of alleged expired goods

Apr 10, 2015, 9:57 AM | Article By: Isatou Senghore-Njie

Magistrate Tabally of the Kanifing Magistrates’ Court recently heard a case of being in possession of expired goods, involving one Nabil Ghamloush.

In his testimony, Filigeh Dibba told the court that he is a police officer with the rank of sub-inspector, and that he recognized the accused.

He recalled that on 15 January 2014, he was at his work place at Operation Bulldozer when the accused was brought into their office for being in possession of expired goods.

According to officer Dibba, a complete case file was brought to him and he wrote a report and the accused was interrogated in connection with the alleged expired goods, which were found in his Supermarket A-Z such as toothpaste in different flavours and four bags of domino sugar of 25 kg.

He was asked where he got the said items from, and he said he got the sugar domino from Harry’s Supermarket, but could not remember where he bought the other goods because it was six months ago.

Officer Dibba said a medical health officer, one Yusupha Njie, was invited to examine the said goods and, after the examination, it was realized that all the goods were expired, and a file was sent to the prosecution.

The case was adjourned to 15 April 2015.

Sgt 3560 Colley represented the IGP.