Mar 26, 2014, 11:37 AM
The said magistrate was said to have been bereaved.
On 19 June 2014, Sergeant 3560 Colley led the first prosecution witness, Muhammed Tunkara, in evidence.
The prosecutor is expected to call his second witness to testify. A sister case involving Oumie Saffiatou Jallow, Kemo Fatty, Sheikh Dawda York, Musa Bah (at large), Mansa Bah, Cherno Amidou Savage (at large), Ousman Sowe, Abdou Camara (at large) and Alpha Kanteh, who were charged with conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence, also failed to proceed yesterday for hearing before Magistrate Tabally.
In another development, the sedition case involving Mass Kah, a Foroyaa messenger, was adjourned for the defence counsel to file his brief after the prosecution had already filed its brief.
The case, reassigned to another magistrate, was adjourned till 14 July 2014.
Ensa Saidy, a driver charged with stealing from a motor vehicle, failed to appear in court because, according to court sources, he was sick.
He is yet to continue his testimony.
Hearing will continue on 23 July 2014, before Magistrate Bojang of the Kanifing Magistrates’ Court.
The case involving the Serrekunda Health Centre nurses is expected to resume on 14 July 2014, before Magistrate Tabally of the Kanifing Magistrates’ Court.