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Amadou Samba/Muhammeh Bazzi Attempt To Bribe Justice Ota/CJ Savage???

Freedom Newspaper The High court in Banjul, is hearing one of the biggest civil cases, ever brought against the country’s top business Executives namely: Amadou Samba, Muhammed Bazzi, Salifu A Jallow, Baba K Jobe, Philip Thompsett and the jailed Jarra West former MP Baba K Jobe. Total Fina Elf Gambia Limited is suing the above mentioned defendants for damages amounting to $778,948.15. The sum in question represents a debt owed to the plaintiff by Amadou Samba and co. Total Fina ELF Gambia, is also claiming loss of earnings and interest, as a result of the defendants failure to pay the debt they owed to the oil company. The defendants have woefully failed to honour their promise to settle the said debt, which is now a subject of litigtion.

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