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Police Declare Ba Saikou Jabbie a Wanted Man

By Madi M.K Ceesay
Ba Saikou Jabbie is declared a wanted person in the Gambia for crimes that is heinous. Jabbie is accused of rape and that he has since fled the boundaries of the Gambia. At the time of the declaration Jabbie is nowhere to be found, the Daily News can confirm.
Reports coming from the Gambia police department confirms that Ba Saikou Jabbie who is in his early thirties (30 years old man) is wanted by the police in relations to violating what is described laws of the Gambia.
The suspect according to a report said to be signed by the Inspector General of Police 24th October 2018 (GPB: 1675/904/2018, confirms that Jabbie a young man in his early thirties in wanted for rape of which crime he was alleged by his victim that he raped her. However prior to his arrest the accused person fled the country to an unknown location.
The accused person is said to be a native of Serrekunda in the Kanifing Municipality. Police reports indicate that Jabbie was last seen at Amdallai Border on the 16 October 2018.

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