Jan 18, 2010, 12:29 PM
Musa Kinda Bah, an ex- Gamtel staff who was some time in June 2008 charged with two counts of giving false information to a public officer and uttering false documents, has had his case dropped.
The case, which was set for judgment at the Banjul Magistrates' Court was dropped on
By a letter from the Office of the President dated
The letter reads: "Executive directives have been issued for the charges against Musa Kinda Bah to be dropped. Musa was accused of inundating this office with false allegations against people. Musa is pardoned by the Executive on humanitarian grounds".
Count I stated that on or about May 2006 in the City of Banjul and diverse places in The Gambia, Mr. Bah gave false information to the Office of the President, that senior managers, directors and heads of departments of GAMTEL are engaged in malpractice, wrongdoing and nepotism. Count II indicated that on
Mr Bah had denied the charges. The case was presided over by Magistrate Kayode