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Police question Rambo over Toufa comments

May 18, 2020, 1:31 PM | Article By: Momodou Jawo

Police have questioned Ousman Rambo Jatta, the deputy leader of opposition Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction over comments made against Toufa – the TRRC witness who accused former President Yahya Jammeh of rape.

The Point has been informed that Rambo Jatta was questioned by police on Friday at the Police Headquarters in Banjul over comments he made last year; during APRC political rally in Abuko against Toufa.

The APRC No. 2 was quoted as saying that they will deal with Toufa Jallow after the release of the recommendations of the TRRC.

The deputy spokesperson of the APRC, Dodou Jah has confirmed the development to our reporter.

He said the police only asked Rambo to explain what he meant by dealing with Toufa after the TRRC recommendations.

According to him, Rambo told the police that they were going to take a legal action against Toufa who accused former President Yahya Jammeh of rape.

“Many in fact believe that it has to do with Rambo’s recent comments about people that are insulting former President Jammeh. Again, we will not sit only for people to be insulting former President Jammeh. He should be respected as a former head of state who has too many followers.”

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