Cameroonian in Trouble With Gambian Laws

Monday, November 19, 2007

A Cameroonian national, Tongi Emile Tonji, has admitted guilt for falsifying a bank statement and was warned to be of good behaviour for 12 months.

In the event that Tongi is found guilty of violating the Laws of The Gambia within the next adjudicated 12 months, he would pay a fine of D1500 or risk being detained at the juvenile wing of the State Central Prison for six months.

Yesterday, Tongi Emile had pleaded guilty to a charge of counterfeiting a statement of Standard Chartered Bank in September of this year in Serekunda.

The case was presided over by Senior Magistrate Abdoulie Mbacke.

Author: By Dawda Faye & Soury Camara
Source: The Point
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