Friday, April 15, 2016

Thirty protesters for electoral reform tortured and Ebrima Solo Sandeng in coma

Thirty protesters, including the United Democratic Party (UDP) youth leader of the biggest opposition party, who were arrested yesterday, are currently being severely tortured at the National Intelligence Agency (NIA).

My sources are telling me that Ebrima Solo Sandeng who led the demonstration is currently in coma after undergoing several torture sessions at the hands of a selected group of torturers different from the normal group.

The thirty protesters are all held at the notorious Mile II prisons and are being taken in groups of five to the equally notorious NIA headquarters to be tortured.

The torturers, according to my sources, have been carefully selected by Yankuba Badjie, the Director General of the NIA. According to the same source, all but two of the members of the torture team are from the Jola tribe which is suggesting a change in procedure worth noting as we move towards the December presidential elections.

The torturers are being supplied with large quantities of alcohol by the NIA Director General and are always in drunken state before encountering their victims.  The torture sessions are being video taped at the instructions of the Gambian dictator from Ankara, Turkey where he is attending the Summit of the Organization Islamic Congress.

Meanwhile our sources are working diligently to get further information on the identities of the twenty-nine other protesters currently undergoing torture.