Prosecution ends cross-examination in Mambayick’s trial

By IAfrica
In Gambia
Aug 27th, 2014
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Police prosecutor First Class Alieu Faye on Monday ended his cross-examination-in-chief of the former permanent secretary at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Mambayick Njie before the Banjul Magistrates’ Court presided over by Magistrate Lamin Mbaye.

During cross-examination, the police prosecutor put it to the ex-PS that promoting football instead of  destabilizing it  was the aim and objective of the then GFA executives.  The ex-PS however replied that should have been their aim and objective when they were elected into office but that their actions leading to the dissolution defeated their intention.

Former PS Njie replied in the negative when police prosecutor further put it to him that he maliciously wrote against the former GFA committee for no reason.

At that juncture, the prosecution announced that he has no further questions for the accused. 

In respect of that, the prosecution was given 14 days to file their address and for the defence led by lawyer A.B Gaye to reply on points of law. Hearing continues on the 8th September 2014.


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