GAMBIA: BREAKING NEWS: SEXUAL FRATERNIZATION SCANDAL GRIPS THE COMMANDER OF GAMBIA’S UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS IN DARFUR, SUDAN!

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The Contingent Commander of the Gambia’s United Nations Peacekeepers stationed in Darfur, Sudan, has been named in a sexual harassment, and fraternization scandal, Freedom Newspaper has just been reliably informed by insiders at Gambia’s Defense Headquarters in Banjul. Lieutenant Colonel Yerro NA Jallow, is the commander of the Gam-Coy 22 Contingent.  He has been accused of dating and having sex with female soldiers, who are part of his contingent. Three female soldiers have been identified as Jallow’s alleged victims.

The information we received from Banjul is sensitive. The full report would be published in coming hours.

Yerro NA Jallow, is said to be an alcoholic. He has started retaliating. He is not getting along well with his deputy one Major Sedia Danso. He recently had an altercation with Danso in Darfur. They nearly exchange blows, according to GAF insiders in Banjul.

Meanwhile, Lieutenant Colonel Mariama Sonko, has been moved to a town located in Al Fasha, in Darfur. She was moved together with her orderly Fatou Manjang.

Her transfer happened in the wake of the sexual fraternization scandal against officer Jallow; Defense Headquarters insiders have revealed.

Lt. Colonel Mariama Sonko and Sergeant Mary Sambou are said to be close friends. SGT. Mary Sarmbou, and Lt. Colonel Mariama Sonko, are aware of  the sexual allegations against their commander Yerro Jallow, GAF sources have revealed. Hence, Jallow has decided to separate the two friends.

The name of Captain Tairou Sambou, a GAF Finance Officer, currently stationed  in Darfur, has also came up during the sexual harassment scandal, rocking that Gambian army contingent. Sambou has also been accused of socializing with one of the female soldiers.

The full story is coming later. Stay tuned.

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