Mar 31, 2010, 9:16 AM
The third prosecution witness Mr Ebou Correa in the Pap Saine citizenship trial yesterday admitted at the Banjul Magistrates' Court that he was "satisfied with the answers provided by Pap Saine over his nationality".
He made this admission under cross-examination by the defence counsel Mr Antouman Gaye.
Mr Pap Saine, the Managing Editor of The Point Newspaper, had presented to the investigators his passport, national ID card, voter's card and birth certificate as proofs of his Gambian citizenship. In addition, he had produced his late father's passport and a title deed of a property at
In his testimony Mr Correa, an Immigration officer attached at the Immigration Headquarters in
Pap Saine asserted that he is a Gambian in the course of the investigation, Mr Correa said, revealing that Mr Pap Saine produced his passport, national ID card, voter's card and birth certificate to back up his assertion.
The case was adjourned to