Wednesday, 13 March 2013 20:38(JollofNews) – A former director general of the Gambia’s National Drug Enforcement Agency (NDEA) was yesterday slapped with one count of Economic Crime.
Benedict Jammeh is jointly charged with Chief Superintendent Abdoulie Ceesay, who was the agency’s spokesman.
The prosecution said the two men had between 2010 and 2013 in Banjul and diverse places in the country, ‘intentionally did an act’ detrimental to the economy of The Gambia, thereby committing an offence.
Both men have pleaded not guilty to charge.
The case against the men has been transferred to the high court in Banjul for hearing.
Written by PK Jarju
Photo Credit/ The Point Newspaper
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