After falsely imprisoning and firing the twenty seven civil servants from their respective positions in the government, the confused Kanilai monster, has ordered for their immediate reinstatement, the Freedom Newspaper can reveal.  The dismissed workers were asked to report to work this morning. Jammeh couldn’t prove the allegations of theft of government vehicles he made against the public officials.

It is now clear that Yahya Jammeh is indeed mad. Jammeh has not only made life miserable for the reinstated officials, he has also impugned their hard earned reputations. This monster needs to be stopped before he will finish Gambians.

There are hundreds of innocent Gambians languishing in Jammeh’s jails on bogus charges. People are routinely arrested without probable cause.

One of the reinstated officials said he was instructed to report to work today. He was not allowed to ask any questions. He was just told to report to work. The official also said he was told that Jammeh has decided to pardon them.  Laugh out loud (LOL).

STORY BACKGROUND

Twenty seven top officials of The Gambia government have been arrested and dismissed with immediate effect, the Freedom Newspaper can reveal. The officials mainly permanent secretaries have been detained at the NIA headquarters in Banjul, pending further investigations. The officials have been accused of fraudulently auctioning Gambia government vehicles and other unspecified items.  

The detained public officials are going to spend Koriteh, under state custody. They are likely to know their fate on Monday, according to sources. 
 
The Office of the President in a press release issued on Tuesday, informs the general public that these people have been dismissed from their positions and are currently under investigation for fraudulently auctioning Gambia government vehicles and other unspecific items.
 
The detainees are as follows:-
Yira Jammeh, Senior Assistant Secretary , Ministry of Petroleum
Momodou Saidy Leigh, (SFO), Ministry of Fisheries
SannaGassama Chief Driver – Ministry of Justice
Fatoumatta Bah, (PO) Ministry of Fisheries
Roheyatou Kah, Deputy Permanent Secretary – Ministry of Petroleum
Dr. Cherno Barry Permanent Secretary –Ministry of Higher Education
Fafa Sanyang Permanent Secretary – Ministry of Petroleum
Cherno Njie (TC) Ministry of Agriculture
Momodou Lamin Jammeh, (SEO) Ministry of Lands
Bernard Mendy, Director of Protocol – Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Malang Jammeh, Chief Driver – Ministry of Trade
Abdoulie Jallow, Protocol – Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Aja Fatou Gaye (SDC) – Dept of Physical Planning
Abdoulie Jallow, Principal Assistant Secretary-Ministry of Lands and Regional Government
Abdoulie Jallow, Permanent Secretary – Ministry of Finance
Famara Darboe, former Ag. Director – Ministry of Fisheries
Naffie Barry, Permanent Secretary – Ministry of Trade
Lamin Ceesay, Chief Driver-Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Kaideng Sambou, (PO) Ministry of Finance
Jerreh Sanyang, Deputy Permanent Secretary –Ministry of Higher Education
Habib Jarra, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Tijan Jeng (PO) – Ministry of Information Communication Infrastructure
Lamin Sanneh, Permanent Secretary (2) Ministry of Lands
Lamin Camara, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Information Communication & Infrastructure
Ousainou B. Jorbateh, (DoCV) Ministry of Lands
Aminata Samega-Janneh, Assistant Secretary – Ministry of Trade
Abdoulie Jarra, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Fisheries

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