Wednesday, July 6, 2011

D100, 000 Bail Bond for Former Daily Observer Sports Editor

Detained for  24 hours at the Police Headquarters in Banjul, the former deputy editor-in-chief and head of sports  desk of the Daily Observer newspaper has being released on bail to an  amount  of  D100,000 and one Gambian surety who must deposit his identity card  with   the Banjul Magistrate’ s  Court.  .
Nanama Keita is charged with giving false information to a public officer but has denied the accusation before Magistrate Ade Taiwo Alagbe.
He is accused of presenting a petition letter to the Office of the President at the State House, claiming wrongful dismissal as the deputy editor-in-chief and head of sports desk and financial malpractices by the Managing Director of the Daily Observer, knowing same to be false.
Lawyer Lamin Camara, after the plea of the accused made a bail application and prosecutor Sainey Joof did not make any objection.
The case continues   July 19, 2011 for hearing.

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