Yankuba Badjie, the director of the Gambia’s notorious National Intelligence Agency (NIA) now State Intelligence Services (SIS) is working his way out of the country as soon as possible, The Fatu Network has confirmed from reliable source.
According to our source, Badjie is currently speaking with some people closed to him to help him out as soon as possible. He is planning to head to Mauritanian where one of his relative (Aunty) is currently residing.
Badjie headed the feared and deadly secret agency empowered by former President Yahya Jammeh in his 22 dictatorial rule of The Gambia. He is a witnessed to many atrocities committed in that agency under former President Jammeh.
The NIA are involved in all state-directed arrests, tortures and disappearances and mysterious killings were the order of the day as former President Yahya Jammeh used them to arrest and torture to death many people during his 22 years in power.
Throughout his presidency, arbitrary arrests and detentions increased on daily basis and NIA agents continued to harass and mistreat people especially opposition members, journalists, activists and civilians in general..
It is very important for the authorities to keep an eye on Badjie and many others who where involved in executing dirty activities for former President Jammeh, before they flee out of the country.
In past days, rumors had it that Badjie and his team has destroyed important evidences at the NIA which could implicate them when Truth and Reconciliation Commission begins.
Meanwhile, many other officers who where in Jammeh’s killing gang called the ‘junglers’, have started fleeing out of the country. Serial killer Sanna Manjang is on the run, Sulayman Sambou, who tortured to death the UDP’s member Solo Sandeng is also on the run.
The Senegalese authorities at the Gambia-Senegal border have also confirmed the arrest of Bora Colley, a one time head of the notorious Mile II prisons and commander of the ‘junglers’ who was also on the run.