UK GAMBIAN RESIDENT ARRESTED FOR POSSESSING FREEDOM EDITOR’S NEW BOOK ON DICTATOR JAMMEH!
Solo Ceesay, a Gambian living in England, has been arrested at the Banjul International airport five days ago on arrival there. His crime was traveling with Editor Pa Nderry M'Bai's newly published book: "The Untold Dictator Yahya Jammeh's story."
Police found the bestselling book wrapped or concealed in Mr. Ceesay luggage. He was immediately arrested and handed over to the NIA in Banjul.
Solo Ceesay is a native of Foni Sintet. He was raised in Bwiam. He is a first cousin to Momodou Soma, the guy who was charged with economic crime. Mr. Soma was sponsored to study in the UK by dictator Jammeh, but the regime said he refuses to return home after the completion of his course.
Solo Ceeaay is close to 38 years. He recently acquired his residency in the UK. His family was at the NIA headquarters to secure his release, but the guards at the gate denied them access to the detainee.
A luggage tag bearing his name was seen at the NIA guard room. He is related to the Marreh and Suwareh family in Foni. Two of his aunties live in Foni Bajana.
Folks residing in the UK, please join us in calling for Solo Ceesay's unconditional release from NIA custody. He committed no crime. Please inform your local MP about Solo Ceesay's illegal arrest.