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Omar Njie (‘Malick Mboge’ threatened)

I was just browsing the news this peaceful morning in Notting Hill, London, when I saw a certain Omar Njie, who wrote a piece on Amadou Samba for the online media being threatened – exactly in the same language that Pa Mbai of Freedom Newspaper was threatened a few years ago. Readers will know that I was threatened, arrested and detained in The Gambia – when I responded by trashing Amadou Samba’s threatening nonsense. Now, that was in the Gambia under Jammeh – when Amadou Samba was the second most powerful man. Readers will also recall how Sedia Bayo was charged in absentia (for a “crime” committed out of The Gambia’s jurisdiction), and how he was then “INTERPOLLED”by Gambian authorities. Amadou Samba was/is the Chairman of the Gambia’s Judicial Services Commission.

So this morning I find this piece threatening Omar Njie for writing an expose on Amadou Samba. Omar Njie, they say is Malick Mboge and Malick Mboge is threatened, on behalf of Mr. Amadou Samba, in the following terms:

“We have credible evidence that the man (Omar Njie) who posted on this website is Mr. Malick Mboge, a former associate and mentee of Mr. Amadou Samba, who absconded Gambia after defrauding Mr. Samba and several local banks in the tune of over 300 million dalasi.

Malick has never returned to Gambia as he has a warrant for his arrest and is facing several court judgements of fraudulent activities in Gambia and Senegal. Mr Mboge, we are fully aware of all the postings you have made on various Gambian online websites with various aliases and be rest assured, we are in the process of serving you legal proceedings for the defamation and character assassination and importantly fraudulent activities you conducted in Gambia.

You are an embarrassment to your family and Gambia, and you have been discovered and exposed, and will face the full letter of the law.”


Let me say this directly to Mr. Amadou Samba.

You remind me of a court case here at the Royal Courts of Justice in London where the Tanzanian “business tycoon” – or rather BIG THIEF – behaved as if he was in a Tanzanian court and could direct the judge as he wish. It turned out to be the most amusing case – where the judge at the end recited a children’s story rhyme to describe the Tanzanian “business tycoon”. Of course, the BIG THIEF lost the case and had to pay costs. The BIG THIEF asked for permission to appeal. He was allowed to appeal – on condition he deposited one million pounds to cover costs if he lost again!

But of course, we are talking about the Great Amadou Samba here, and I recalled Amadou Samba’s emotional and shouting challenge to me back in 2008: “What’s that amount to me you idiot”!! This was when I dragged Amadou Samba to the Banjul Police HQ because I wanted the money he had taken from the Daily Observer without following due procedure back. I was of course arrested! Amadou’s rant was in front of Chief Inspector Sanyang of the Fraud Squad and Amadou showed a cheque to Chief Inspector Sanyang to show that he gave the money to Yahya Jammeh’s Lebanese Kanilai Fence Builder! What has that got to do with the Observer, I said. I have to pay my poorly paid printers. Amadou became even more angry and the inspector kindly allowed me to leave the room when I asked.

So Amadou, a million pounds may be nothing to you – I mean with the £900 million Panama Papers stuff and all that! But, Omar Njie – if Amadou should pay the most expensive lawyers to sue you, I Dida Halake will work on your defence absolutely for free. That is a promise to Gambia’s online media and anyone else threatened by Amadou Samba when trying to stop people from telling the world what happened in The Gambia for 22 years when Amadou Samba and Yahya Jammeh were in power. The media protection laws in UK are very strong – and exposing Amadou Samba is absolutely 100% in the “public interest” both under Gambia’s laws and under UK law. By the way Amadou, the Tanzanian BIG THIEF’s UK judge, Mr. Justice Bean, was promoted soon afterwards – to Lord Justice Bean (he is simply brilliant and I try to read all his judgements).


The Interpol system in the Gambia was abused by Gambia’s crooks to settle scores under Jammeh. Here is just one example.

President Award Scheme’s Mr. Kujabi’s job was wanted by a brother-in-law of Edward Singhateh. Mr. Kujabi was served with an arrest warrant while he was visiting UK, and he was put on an Interpol wanted list – using a Gambian “Masters Degree Fula Police Chief Inspector called Bah”. So Mr. Kujabi remained in UK and Edward Singhateh’s brother-in-law, penniless and illiterate, took over the President’s Award Scheme and became very rich.

Interpol know fully well what the situation is in The Gambia and will not place someone on a “Wanted List” just because Amadou Samba’s or Yahya Jammeh’s police say so. Otherwise Interpol themselves may be sued big time. I have checked this morning and I can confirm that neither “Malick Mboge – Gambian” or Sedia Bayo Gambian French are on the Interpol Wanted List. I attached the results for the editors.


Send Dida Halake your stories – I will be happy to publish them in legally-tight formats. Of course, if I publish the stories you send me under my name, Amadou Samba the would have to sue the man Gambians named “LUNTANGO/SUUN GANN GI” – I don’t know what it means but I was told it is good!

Jerrejef – Enjoy and Easy Sunday Morning, Amadou – Luntango will be your friend for awhile yet, inshallah.

Dida Halake (aka Luntango Suun Gann Gi)
Notting Hill,
London, UK.

PS: Directions for Amadou Samba: At the Gambian Embassy, turn left, walk 100 metres, turn right and my house is the 3rd one. Attaya waiting when you get here!



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