Sep 25, 2009, 5:43 AM
Lawyer Omar Njie then stood up and announced his representation for the accused person.
He said he was just coming into the case, adding that he thought the case was a fresh matter.
Counsel Njie stated that he was made to understand that the first prosecution witness, Yunus Komma, had testified.
He therefore applied under Section 123 of the CPC to recall the witness for cross-examination.
His application was granted by Magistrate Bojang, who adjourned the case till 29 January 2014, after the prosecutor said she had no objection.
The particulars of offence stated that the accused, Ensa Saidy, on 8 November 2013, at Kairaba Shopping Centre, in the Kanifing Municipality, stole from a motor vehicle registration number BJL 6030C, the following items: one bag, a laptop, a passport, an air ticket, a note pad phone, a digital camera, an eye glass, a battery, a charger, a calculator translator, and the total value is 3,600 Euros and cash of D49,000, being the property of Yunus Komma, and thereby committed an offence.