The Inspector General of Gambian Police Force, Yankuba Sonko, has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect according to information emanating from the office of Dictator Yaya Jammeh.
According to sources reaching Kibaaro News Paper, IGP Sonko was said to have been removed from his post November 26th, and has since been replaced by Ben Wilson and ex-convict. Sources revealed that since his removal, Mr Sonko was again hired and deployed to the justice department.
Sources from the police further revealed that the Deputy Inspector of Police, Famara Gibba, has also been dismissed. He was redeployed to Operations but within hours he was finally booted out. Sources told our reporter that Landing Bojang, is now been moved from dictator Jammeh’s operation bulldozer to Commissioner of Operations.
Police sources added that the new IGP Wilson served as a soldier in the Gambia Armed Forces and had been on a mission to Liberia before he was jailed at Mile Two Central Prisons, after infraction with the law. Ben Wilson also served as a Deputy Inspector General of police briefly before been appointed as the Inspector General of Gambian police force.