Hopes by families to see the two missing Gambian-Americans kidnapped in The Gambia by the notorious agents of former President Yahya Jammeh have been dashed out.

Ebou Jobe and Alhagie Mamut Ceesay left the United States for The Gambia on Sunday May 12th 2013 and have since not been accounted. They where picked up at the Brusubi apartment without any reasons.

The sorrowful story of the two young men turned fresh on the minds of the people on Wednesday when it was revealed to The Fatu Radio Network that they were indeed killed by agents of the former regime of President Yahya Jammeh.

Sortie Jammeh, son of Sukuta Jammeh, the late Director of Investigation at the notorious National Intelligence Agency (NIA) told the Fatu Show that his father at the time confirmed to him that the duo were killed. He said they were taken away from their cells at the NIA and escorted out and has since been killed by the assassin team of former President Yahya Jammeh.

According to family sources, the two where in The Gambia on holidays and had plans to invest in the country. Upon arrival, they were arrested and taken away and have since then not been seen or heard.

It is not only because they left behind young wives and children, but also because the whole truth behind their disappearance is yet to emerge from within the government of former President Yahya Jammeh.

Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh empowered his dreaded NIA and assassin team call ‘Junglers’ to conduct arbitrary arrests, detain without charge, or even torture to death of many people in his 22 years rule.