Thursday, April 28, 2016

Three of Jammeh's henchmen

Ousman SONKO , Minister of the Interior 

Yankuba Badgie, NIA DG
These three are among Yaya Jammeh's leading hatchet men and prime candidates for travel and visa ban.

Interior Minister, Ousman SONKO is the principal conduit of Jammeh's illegal orders that include whom to torture, to hold in custody and whom to eliminate and made to disappear.  If you want to know where the bodies are buried, ask Ousman SONKO who's occasional assignment also include observing and supervising torture sessions at the NIA which explains why he usually gets home at 4.00 A.M.

Yankuba Badgie, Director General of the notorious National Intelligence Agency (NIA) supervises all the torture sessions that take place at the NIA headquarters in Banjul in close proximity to the Banjul High Court where Ousainou Darboe and co are currently answering to false and frivolous charges of inciting violence.  Yankuba is responsible for the Torture Team who ensures that the sessions are video taped for the listening and visual pleasure of the Kanilai narcissist. Badgie is preparing for his exit to Sweden since he cannot enter the United States where he is a wanted man in Columbus, Ohio.

David Colley, Commissioner of Prisons is one of the least known but the most vicious of Jammeh's henchmen.  He is from the Kanilai and a neighbor of Jammeh who fell out of favor and was imprisoned by the dictator.  He was later pardoned and reinstated - following the standard pattern of humiliation that is followed by rehabilitation so that you become a lap dog thereafter.

David Colley specializes in the public humiliation of those they consider to pose the most serious threat to Jammeh's power by publicly parading them to and fro court in leg irons, shackles that reminds Gambians of how their ancestors were shackled by European slave traders to be sold as slaves across the Atlantic.  This man is responsible for all those prisoners you see shackled and paraded across town - the same treatment meted to Lang Tombong Tamba, Momodou Sabally and others.