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Posted - 18 May 2006 :  02:44:24  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message
ABDOU F.M. BADJIE RE-APPOINTED COMMISSIONER

By Fabakary B. Ceesay


Abdou F.M. Badjie, the former Commissioner of Western Division, who was sacked from his position in mid February, has been re-instated. Abdou F.M. Badjie was sacked and later appointed as the Gambia's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China on Taiwan. But his appointment as Ambassador never materialized. The revoking of his appointment as Ambassador was announced last week as Mr. Badjie was said to have been prepared to book his ticket and that of his family members for Taiwan. However, his former successor, Edward Seckan was transferred to replace Batata Juwara as the Commissioner of the North Bank Division in Kerewan.

Batata Juwara has now been transferred to the Department of External Affairs. He is appointed Director of protocols. In another development, the Chief of Kombo South, Borry Darboe, has been sacked last Friday. Sources informed this reporter that his sacking was due to his unwilliness to participate fully in the Kombo East by-elections. He was replaced by Sheriff .S.M. Janneh.

Foroyaa made several attempts to conform the sacking of Borry Darboe and the reasons behind his sacking. The Permanent Secretary at the Local Government referred this reporter to the newly appointed Commissioner of Western Division, Abdou F.M. Badjie. Efforts to talk to Mr. Badjie proved futile as he was said to be very busy and engaged in the Kombo East by-election.

Foroyaa Newspaper Burning Issue
Issue No. 37/2006, 15-17 May, 2006

A clear concience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone
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