Friday, 03 August 2012 16:01
(JollofNews) – Gambian journalist Sainey M.K. Marenah, has quit his job as the Point Newspaper’s judicial correspondent.
Marenah, who has since taken up employment with the independent Standard Newspaper, which is edited by Sheriff Bojang Snr, said he left the Point as a result of unfair treatment he was subjected to by the paper.
“I was treated unfairly by my management, which I did not expect from them,” he told JollofNews.
“I was treated very badly and I tendered by resignation last Monday.”
The management of the Point is yet to comment on Marenah’s resignation.
Written by Abdoulie John
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