31 NAMs summoned by Supreme Court

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By Omar Bah

The Supreme Court of The Gambia has summoned the 31 National Assembly Members who signed the All-Party Caucus resolution against the removal of nominated member Ya Kumba Jaiteh to appear in court today, The Standard has been reliably informed.
The information passed to all the 31 NAMs obtained by The Standard, from a source reads: “Please be informed that we are in receipt of the summon notices from the Supreme Court in respect of a suit against the 31 NAMs who signed the All-Party Caucus Resolution. The summoned is deposited in your respective pigeonholes [mailboxes]. Hearing is scheduled for Wednesday 13th March, 2019 at 9:30am at the Supreme Court of The Gambia”.
The Standard reached out to one of them Salifu Jawo of Jokadu who said: “We were just informed by one Khalifa Mbye, a desk officer at the National Assembly that all those who signed the All-Party Caucus Resolution should appear at the Supreme Court on Wednesday 9:30. But he did not specifically tell us who summoned us. We will go there tomorrow.”

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