Apr 24, 2020, 10:55 AM
Senegambia strip, being the most bubbling and exciting place in the tourism development area (TDA) especially in winter or summer has now become a lacklustre area amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The suspects are currently being detained at the Basse Police Station as investigation into the matter continues.
A source in Banjul, who wants to remain anonymous, confirmed the development to our reporter. The arrested individuals, our source went on, are engineers at Basse NAWEC. In fact, they’re the people responsible for the maintenance of the Basse NAWEC engine.
“Well there could be conspiracy in the way and manner the said 71 gallons of fuel were taken. However, the matter is currently under investigation in Basse and I am sure more suspects will be arrested.”
Another source, who spoke to our reporter last week added that the said suspected stolen fuel were being transported to Fatoto in the Kantora District of URR.
“Police in URR receive information that a ford vehicle with the registration number BJL 6183G was transporting a suspected stolen fuel. The vehicle was then intercepted and the driver flees leaving the vehicle and the stolen fuel. The gallon of fuel was later transported to Fatoto Police Station.”
“Military Police in Basse Barrack recently went to Fatoto Police Station and wanted to obtain statements from the Police officers at the Fatoto Police Station. However, the officers refused and later referred them back to the Basse Police Station. Certainly, what’s clear is that the military are the one guiding NAWEC engines in Basse.”
The Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Natural Resources has informed lawmakers that for the past years Lower River Region (LRR) recorded the highest bushfire outbreaks in the country.
The Kanifing Municipal Council on Monday presented D1.2 million for the fencing of the Buffer Zone Park in Tallinding through the council’s Municipality Youth Masons.