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Economic crime case continues

Jan 9, 2013, 9:51 AM | Article By: Malamin L.M. Conteh

Temple Godson, charged with conspiracy to commit a felony, forgery and economic crime, was Monday cross-examined at the Special Criminal Court in Banjul before Justice Emmanuel Nkea.

Under cross-examination, Godson adduced that he had never met Ousman Manjang and Abdou Willam, neither conspiring with them.

He admitted knowing Zena Faal, as they shared the same office, but denied designing any road tax certificate and vehicle licence.

The 1st accused, Abdou Willam, also opened his defence, telling the court he lives in Fajikunda and came to know Musa Jobe by virtue of his job.

The case continues.