By Fatou Sowe
The Executive Director of Augustus Prom Audit Firm has appeared before the Janneh Commission of Enquiry probing into the financial dealings and assets of former president Yahya Jammeh.
Mr. Prom said that all the managing directors of the companies under the Kanilai Family Farms were appointed by the secretary general and head of the civil service.
Mr Prom testified that he was appointed as the receiver of Companies of the ex-president that are frozen but APAM is not part of those companies.
He indicated that his firm was also working on the liquidation of Carnegie Mineral which is a compulsory liquidation by the order of the court on the August 6, 2015.
“I was appointed on the August 6, 2015 to August 31,  2017 as liquidator for Carnegie Mineral. We have done the inventory but did not value the asset as at now,” he said.
Mr. Prom who was assisted by his son, Louise Prom in advancing evidence to the commission disclosed that Carnegie Mineral was evaluated by the Sheriff Division and Carnegie was valued at over D22 million.
At that juncture, counsel to the Commission, Amie Bensouda applied to tender volume 1 Report of the liquidation, Inventory and Appendixes on Carnegie Mineral Company by Augustus Prom Firm as exhibits. When asked by counsel as to when they can bring their reports on the companies under receivership he promised that in two weeks they will.