Gambia: Ngorr Secka Offers Checklist of Murdered W/African Migrants to TRRC

An adviser to the minister of Inner and a feeble Intelligence chief, Gibril Ngorr Secka at some level of his most modern appearance at the Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Price published the names of 51 West African migrants, who had been murdered in frosty blood in The Gambia on the orders feeble president Yahya Jammeh in July, 2005.

The feeble intelligence chief, who claimed to private obtained the names and demanding aspects of the migrants from Kairaba Police Station, said the list used to be saved in his paperwork on yarn of he had the conclusion that in the end they may maybe maybe per chance maybe be known as to yarn for them.

“I had the conclusion that a day fancy right here goes to come support.” he said.

He recalled that while escorting the group en route to Kairaba Police Station, Ousman Badjie, feeble aide-de-camp to the feeble President Jammeh, who later grew to turn out to be the Chief of Protection Workers (CDS) of The Gambia Armed Forces took him aside to test whether the arrested migrants had been mercenaries which he answered in the unfavourable.

“I told him that they had been unlawful migrants and left him speaking to somebody on the phone.” he remarked.

It used to be his testimony that some of the migrants had been held at Kairaba Police Station and others taken to Baba Jobe’s home in Kotu and Paramilitary headquarters in Kanifing.

“The following morning, I obtained a cell telephone name from the liaison officer at Tanji informing me that there are corpses at Brufut Ghana Metropolis woodland and I went to peek the corpses. Rapidly, they had been keep on ambulances and taken to Banjul. I did no longer know who made the dedication.” he said.

The feeble Speak Agent said he also obtained one other data that a particular Sgt went to the Kairaba Police Station to amass the eight migrants.

“It used to be then and there that I told him that we are no longer on high of things of this case and permit us to leave it.”

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