Nov 11, 2020, 9:52 AM
State House, Banjul, 4 November 2020: His Excellency Adama Barrow received a special envoy of President Umaru Sissoco Embalo of Guinea Bissau at the State House on Tuesday morning.
On the resumption day all parties were present. The plaintiff gave evidence but during his evidence, the defence counsel requested time to have an audience with his client, which was subsequently granted and the case was adjourned.
The plaintiff Alhagie Samba Bah is claiming the sum of six hundred and sixty five thousand dalasi (D665, 000.00) from the defendant Ebrima Mboow.
The plaintiff Alhagie Samba Bah claimed that he used his money amounting to D665, 000.00 to help the defendant Ebrima Mboow to be released on bail. However, since then the defendant has failed to settle the money despite several requests; it has landed them in court.
In presiding over the ex-parte motion dated 24th day of May 2021, principal magistrate Krubally said; having heard the applicant herein, Mr. Alhagie Samba Bah moved his motion with genuine prayers supported by 15 paragraphs affidavit containing relevant facts therein, I am satisfied, pursuant to the prayers contained in his motion considered with all the facts and circumstances in his affidavit in support, shall incline me to immediately grant the said prayers therein, based on that, the honourable court orders the defendant Ebrima Mboow be immediately arrested by the Bailiff/Sheriff police officer.
He further ordered that the defendant Ebrima Mboow shall place or provide good, valid and sufficient security to the custodial egis court equivalent to the applicant claim of D665,000.00 with immediate effect and also the court ordered that if the said defendant herein Ebrima Mboow fails to comply with the same, he shall be remanded and shall not be released there from until he complies with the order.
On Wednesday 20 April 2022, the Executive of Voluntary Migrant Returnees from Libya paid a courtesy call on the Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Mamadou Tangara at his office in Banjul.
The Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRTS) has acquired a new LiveU 800 device and DJI Drone 2S FLY as part of its efforts to improve and expand its outside broadcast capability. The 800 is the latest version of the Live U and it was commissioned on Tuesday, 5th July, for coverage of the inauguration of the Clinical Waste Management System at Farato. It would again be used for live coverage of the upcoming Eid-Ul Adha (Tobaski) prayers at King Fahd Mosque in Banjul.