Sep 27, 2010, 1:12 PM
Four members of the National Patriotic Students Association (NAPSA) were yesterday remanded at Mile 2 central prison by acting-principal Magistrate Taiwo Alagba of the Banjul Magistrates’ Court.
Denis T. Gomez, Jarga E. Gaye, Babucarr Jallow and Fatou Yaffa were arraigned and charged with conspiracy, forgery and uttering false documents.
They pleaded guilty to count one, but denied the rest of the counts.
According to the particulars of offence on count one, Denis T. Gomez, Jarga E. Gaye, Babucarr Jallow and Fatou Jaffa, in March 2011 in the city of
The charge sheet on count two stated that the accused persons in March 2011, with intent to defraud, made false Victoria Shop pro-forma invoice knowing same to be forged.
Count three indicated that in March 2011, in
The case continues today.