Kairo News crew is trying to verify the incidence of former President Jammeh’s right hand man, SG Momdou Sabally sobbing with the NIAs. Our sources are working to confirm the alleged incident. If you were in court or witnessed Momodou Sabally sobbing, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Executive Editor Musa Saidykhan and Senior Editor Yaya Dampha are working to verify the story.
You will recall that Momodou Sabally was the man who was bent on abusing and pulling down anti-Jammeh critics. He was so close to the President that he forgot to do the one important thing: reflect on his own. He has now got the message that President Jammeh is not civilise enough to spare his right hand men who sacrificed everything for him. The list is long and many, (Ben Jammeh, Pa Harry, Jesus Badjie, Sanna Sabally, Edward Singhateh, Pa Bojang, Kawsu Camara, etc etc). Please add to the list of the fallen Jammeh angels.
Keep us posted if you were in court or witness Sabally being brought in.
I can’t understand why people are expressing sympathy for this man. He clearly knew what he was getting into, and to insult mandinkas for jammeh is unforgivable.
Pls add Manlafi Sanyang to the list. He was the guy who threatened the UDP leader and his convoy with a loaded gun. He died in prison.
That’s just the tip of the iceburg. This is just the beginning. He should have learnt a good lesson from ngogu bah
Add Baba JOBE, Lang Tombong Tamba, Assist Tamba, Jasacha Kujabi, James And Abdoulie Kujabi
Add Tamsir Jallow, Churchill Falai Baldeh, ex Seyfo Eric Tunde Janneh, ex Seyfo Dembo Santang Bojang, ex seyfo Alhagie Tabora Manneh, Antouman Saho and Abdoulie Conteh. All these were close buddies to Jammeh although some did not go to prison, they all nonetheless suffered disgrace and humiliation in the hands of Jammeh
It has long been said, what goes around comes around. I don’t know what Sabally is crying for, is it the trauma he and his boss put decent Gambians through or a happy bonny.Good luck to you mate but you’ve reaped the seed you’ve sown.