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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 14:49(JollofNews) – A court in the Gambia Monday remanded three Gambian men accused of stealing President Yahya Jammeh’s cows.
Gibril Bojang, Solo Bojang and Anineh Jammeh who were both working for the president at his Kanilai Family Farm, were said to have nicked nine cows valued at D180, 000 in October.
The men were detained at an undisclosed security unit since their arrest until on Monday when they were charged with two counts of theft at the Brikama Magistrates Court.
One of the accused, Solo Bojang, pleaded guilty to one count of theft while Gibril Bojang and Anineh Jammeh rejected all the charges against them.
The case continues.
Written by PK Jarju
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