Jun 5, 2020, 10:45 AM
Senegalese minister of the Interior, Aly Ngouille Ndiaye, yesterday announced that the curfew which was first scheduled between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. will now be between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. effective Thursday 4 June 2020.
Mustapha Ceesay was sentenced to pay a fine of D75,000 in default to serve one year imprisonment on the fourth count and to pay a compensation of D10,000 to the complainant in default to serve 6 months imprisonment.
According to prosecutors, on the 13th August, 2021, at Latrikunda German, in the Kanifing Municipality of the Republic of The Gambia, he entered the room of one Dr. Okarfor with intent to steal his mobile phone.
He was also alleged to have broken and entered the office of Torodo Chambers with intent to commit a felony.
Prosecutors alleged that he broke and entered the office of Torodo Chambers and stole the following items: one Dell laptop valued at D35,000; two laptop chargers, value unknown; a bag containing a gown and wig crown, value unknown.
He was also alleged to have entered the shop of one Ida Bidwell and stole seven body lotions valued at D10,000.
The first and second prosecution witnesses have already testified.
Mustapha Ceesay pleaded not guilty on counts one, two and three and guilty on count four. Sub-Inspector Jammeh represented the Inspector General of Police.
The case continues.
The Kanifing Municipal Council (KMC) under the leadership of Talib Ahmed Bensouda on Thursday inaugurated the new market project of Latrikunda Sabiji worth D14 million.
A man (name withheld ), an adult Gambian and a native of one of the metropolitan towns is set to appear in court today for allegedly having carnal knowledge of a 12-year-old boy at one of the villages of the West Coast Region, The Point has been reliably informed.
Women of Wulli East and West and Sandou constituencies have highlighted their concerns to President Adama Barrow to intervene and give a helping hand to their agricultural activities as their farm produces continue to adversely drop over time.