Barrow’s chief driver passes away

Dec 31, 2020, 1:06 PM

President Adama Barrow's Chief Driver, Jerreh Fatty died this morning at his residence. He worked yesterday and drove back to State House a night after the Sibanor meeting with the convoy. 

Last week, President Barrow, while addressing the crowd at Fatty's native village of Manduar in Western Kiang, rendered a glowing recognition of Jerreh as a good person, a serious servant, highly disciplined and a selfless patriot. “His death is really shocking to everyone.”

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