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Gambian police reactivates Gunjur Chinese Golden Lead waste pipes vandalization case.

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The Gambian police have reactivated the Gunjur Chinese Golden Lead waste pipes vandalization case. The three Gambian environmentalists, who were linked to the alleged case were interviewed by detectives and subsequently charged.

The environmentalists have been charged with criminal trespass, willful damage to property and conspiracy to commit crime.

The following Gunjur residents have been charged by the police: Omar Darboe, Alhagie Kakou Bojang and Ousman Sanneh. The trio had to post bail bond of D500,000.00 dalasis each with a Gambian surety and a valid Gambian ID Card.

The Gunjur environmentalists have accused the Chinese fishing factory of polluting the environment. A charge the Chinese company denied.

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It would be recalled that some environmentalists in Gunjur were accused of vandalizing waste pipes belonging to Golden Lead. One of the prominent environmentalists Amadou Scattered Janneh, was briefly questioned by the Gunjur police in connection with the said incident. Janneh, a former Information Minister in dictator Jammeh’s regime was ater let go by the police.

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Mr. Janneh is currently visiting the United States. He recently witnessed the graduation of his son in the United States.

There is growing fear in Gunjur that Mr. Janneh risked being charged upon his return to the country.

From: Freedom Newspaper

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