Oct 2, 2014, 11:14 AM
Gibril Badjie, former deputy at the Sheriff’s Division of the high court in
They were charged with conspiracy, theft and fraudulently disposing of trust properties, which they have denied.
The first, second and third accused persons were represented by Lawyer Badou S.M. Conteh, while the fourth was represented by Lawyer Kebba Sanyang.
According to the particulars of offence on count one, Momodou Mamar Ceesay, Gibril Badjie, Alimu Bah and Ebrahim Kassir between 1995 and 2003, within the
Count two stated that, in the same period within the
The charge sheet on count three read that, Momodou Mamar Ceesay, between 1995 and 2003, within the
The particulars of offence on count four indicated that Momodou Mamar Ceesay, between 1995 and 2003, within the
Furthermore, count five stated that Gibril Badjie in 2002, at the Sheriff’s Division of the high court in Banjul, while employed as deputy Sheriff of the high court, ordered the auction and the documentation of a landed property situated at Kololi, being the property of the said Mustapha Ceesay, without his consent.
Meanwhile, the accused persons should each provide two Gambian sureties who could give evidence of means to provide D100,000 and an ID card, as the bail condition.
The case was at that juncture adjourned till 13 September 2011.