Sanna Jarju Reappointed Chief Of Protocol At The Office Of The President

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Sources close to the Personnel Management Office (PMO) have informed The Fatu Network that former chief of protocol, Sanna Jarju has been reappointed effective July 27, 2016. Sanna is said to be outside of The Country when his reappointment came. What is not clear is why he is appointed in absentia.

 

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Sanna who worked at The Office of The President for over ten years, served as chief of protocol from 2012 to February 2016, he is said to have left the country since January for some medical purposes and his whereabouts is still not very clear to many. Our sources have gathered that since his departure, both The President and The First Lady have been trying to have him back since they could not get along with the current staff at the protocol office.

 

Observers say that it will not be a good idea for Mr. Jarju to return and work with the dictator who is known for brutality against his own people. Recently, the former secretary general, Sulayman Samba was arrested and detained at The National Intelligence Headquarters for failure to attend celebrations marking dictator Jammeh’s 22 years in power after he was removed as Secretary General. Currently, the former petroleum Minister, Sira Wally Ndow Njie and the former Secretary to Cabinet at The Office of The President, Nuha Touray are all held at the NIA headquarters for over three weeks and denied bail by the high court on the directives of dictator Jammeh.

 

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