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Another Two Mini-Trucks Intercepted by Immigration Officers


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By Nelson Manneh

The Spokesperson of the Gambia Immigration Department ASP Mamading Dibba, on Friday April 10th 2020 confirmed to Foroyaa that another two mini-trucks loaded with basic commodities, were intercepted in Foni, trying to smuggle goods out of the country.

ASP Dibba said the commodities which were found in the mini-trucks include ninety-five bags of rice, five bags of cement, fifty-five bags of sugar and ten gallons of cooking oil.

‘‘Our Officers intercepted the two mini-trucks at the border in Foni,” he said. He said the trucks were escorted with their contents to the Brikama Police Station.

‘‘As I am talking to you, the vehicles and their contents are parked at the Brikama Police Station,’’ he told this reporter.

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At the time of going to press, ASP Dibba informed this paper that the drivers were not charged.

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