Plaintiffs seek restorative justice and financial compensation Abuja, 6 August, 2016 – A suit challenging the arbitrary arrest, assault, torture, unfair trial and conviction of Ousainou Darboe and 30 members of the United Democratic Party (UDP) was filed at the
Statement of Ousainou Darboe, United Democratic Party leader on his trial.(PDF)
Click here to read Fatoumatta Jawara’s statement narrating her ordeal at the Gambia’s National Intelligence Agency.
Click here to read the affidavit of Nogoi Njie, who is in detention at the MIle Two prison.
1. LAMIN SONKO (FALANG SONKO) – JESHWANG 2. BUBACARR GITTEH – GUNJUR 3. MODOU TOURAY – MANJAI KUNDA 4. EBRIMA JANKO CEESAY – MANJAI KUNDA 5. LAMIN CAMARA – 6. ALHAGIE JAMMEH – MANJAI
1. MODOU SARR – BANJUL 2. MUSTAPHA CEESAY – TALINDING 3. SUKAI DAHABA – BAKOTEH 4. JERREH FATTY – TALLINDING 5. NYIMANSATOU COLLEY – MADIANA 6. SUNKARR TOURAY – MADIANA 7. KABIRO SUWANEH – MADIANA 8. MOMODOU NJIE – MADIANA
The UDP Diaspora organization has formally filed a Petition with Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague to initiate and expedite preliminary investigation into the crimes against humanity committed by President Yahya Jammeh, President of the Republic
The United Democratic Party (UDP) is alerting Gambians and indeed the international community about advanced plans to physically harm the leader Lawyer Ousainou Darboe, currently in remand with scores of his executive and other supporters. The UDP Diaspora has confirmed
President Yaya Jammah is a Gambian by accident in our midst. This is the greatest deplorable and troublesome struggle confronting the innocent people of the tiny impoverished West African nation, The Gambia for a price we are all urged
Statement by Adama Dieng, United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, on recent inflammatory rhetoric by President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia, targeting the Mandinka ethnic group. (New York, 10 June 2016) The Special Adviser of the Secretary-General