Colley says commission is a witch-hunt

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The APRC national mobiliser who doubles as mayor of Kanifing municipality, Yankuba Colley, has told The Standard newspaper that the commission probing former head of state and APRC leader is a “witch-hunt”.
Colley, who confessed he does not watch the commission because he does not want to have “[high blood] pressure”, said it is selective justice.

“It [the Janneh Commission] is a witch-hunt. It is selective justice. Jammeh ruled for 22 years and almost all those people at the commission were part of the government,” Colley told paper’s weekly column Bantaba.
“One thing I will tell you is, I have never listened to the commission. I don’t know what is happening at the commission because it doesn’t interest me. Even if I am called to go there, I will, but it will not interest me… I feel it will disturb me. I have an easy life. I don’t want to have pressure.”

Mayor Colley said he cannot still believe that his party is not in power, describing the shock that their election defeat caused.

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Read Bantaba with Omar Wally on opposite page for details.

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