NIA case adjourned to May 6


By Mafugi Ceesay

The NIA 9 case could not continue yesterday and may not, at least until after Easter due to the absence of Judge Kumba Sillah.
A court official told journalists that the judge is attending to her husband said to have been involved in a car accident.
The journalists were also told that with the onset of Easter holidays, the case may stay adjourned until May 6.
The trial judge was set to deliver ruling on whether to admit the audio transcripts of the panel that interviewed agents of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) in relation to the demise of Solo Sandeng in 2016.