Monday, 11 March 2013 19:33(JollofNews) – Baboucarr Ceesay, Gambia Press Union (GPU) First Vice-President has been released from NIA custody today.
The journalist 'disappeared' last Friday after being reportedly abducted by officials of the Gambian’s notorious National Intelligence Agency (NIA).
Both the NIA and the police had denied that the journalist was in their custody.
"I was abducted by some NIA officers last Friday. They stopped the taxi I took and forced me to follow them," Ceesay told JollofNews.
According to Mr Ceesay, he was abducted around Roland Clinic located in Churchill's Town, Serrkunda.
"They did not allow me to get in touch with my family," he added.
Written by Abdoulie John
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