Former Information minister Seedy Njie has returned to Banjul few hours ago on board Royal Air Maroc from Mongomo, Equitorial Guinea. Seedy’s flight landed at The Banjul International Airport in the early hours of Monday, February 6, 2017.
Njie returned to Banjul with one Buba Demba former chief of protocol, who was also part of former President, Yahya Jammeh’s delegation to Equuitorial Guinea where he currently lives in exile.
The two are said to have been isolated and kept in a motel very far away from Jammeh’s residence. They did not have access to him and his family and had limited access to food and other needs. “They followed Jammeh thinking he will give them money, but he never gave them a dime, they seem to be really disappointed with him” a source disclosed to The Fatu Network.
Meanwhile, sources say Jammeh’s mother Aja Asombi Bojang has been complaining to family members back in Gambia that she wants to head home. Former first lady, Zineb is said to be very uncomfortable with the presence of her mother-in law around the house. ‘Do not be surprised if she heads back home soon, she is complaining daily” a source said.
According to internet search, Mongomo is a town in Wele-Nzas Province in mainland Equitorial Guinea, roughly 1km west of Gabon’s Woleu-Ntem Province. The nation’s first president and the current president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo both originated from there. Mongomo, Jammeh’s new home was named a host city of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.