Armed soldiers have locked down the capital city of Banjul, believing that the armed attackets of State House last Tuesday are still present there.
Residents told Kairo News how armed soldiers have been putting them under siege. Fully armed men have since been mounting thorough searches in homes.
A reliable source described the search as “tormenting because our privacy is not respected. They have been going into every where, including our private bedrooms and restricted our movement by blocking some major roads,” a source said.
Banjulians are so scared that they prefer to stay at home for fear of being seen as a suspect. They could not understand why President Jammeh would terrorise them. “Jammeh referred to the attackers as terrorists but he is also terrorising us,” complained a Banjulian who begs for anonymity.