Apr 16, 2020, 2:04 PM
One of the country’s giant GSM operators, Africell has donated D12,000,000 to Gambia’s effort to contain and defeat the covid-19 pandemic.
Ismaila Ndong, a Gambian national has been charged with rape, robbery and robbery with violence of five women but pleaded not guilty to the eight criminal charges against him.
Dinka will be in his 20th year in October 2020 as a policeman.
He testified that on the 8th December 2019, RSM Musa Corr ordered to lead a team of six; do a checkpoint between Mile 7 and Jeshwang. Sergeant Dinka said this came at a time when one taxi driver was involved in rape and robbery of women who used to hire his taxi on town-trip at night.
He said when the checkpoint was mounted at the said place, Ismaila Ndong came carrying three people in his taxi. He said the vehicle was coming from the Traffic Light around the Kairaba Avenue heading to Sting Corner. Dinka testified that a search was conducted in the vehicle and they found out that it was the same vehicle their RSM refer to in particular as it concerns the inner decoration of the vehicle. He said the vehicle was a Mercedes Benz painted yellow and green for taxi use.
He said the taxi had a cloth spread on the dashboard with multi-colours and a hat with multi-colours. He maintained that driver was having dreadlocks as described by their RSM. He said the registration number of the vehicle was BJL 4176.
The witness said the vehicle was escorted to Banjul to drop the passengers and was escorted back to the Anti-Crime Unit headquarters in Bijilo.
As Senegambians across Europe celebrates Eid al-adha commonly known as ‘‘Tabaski’’, the Association of Muslim Police (AMP) in the United Kingdom also took the opportunity to congratulate and wish them a ‘‘joyous and healthy’’ festival.
Gambian legendary footballer, Alh. Momodou Njie, alias Briri Biri was laid to rest on Wednesday 22 July 2020 at the Jeshwang Cemetery, with President Adama Barrow leading a tribute at his memorial service.
Fellow Gambians,Residents of The Gambia,
Thursday, 4 June 2020 Banjul, The Gambia – His Excellency President Adama Barrow in consultation with his Special Cabinet Sub-Committee on the Covid-19 pandemic and based on advice by the Health Experts’ Committee of The Ministry of Health has decided to relax some of the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency Restrictions.
The Gambia has so far received 199,570,000 million dollars, an equivalent of 9,455,207,500 dalasis of the pledges made to the National Development Plan, the Finance and Economic Affairs Minister told Members of the National Assembly on Wednesday.