Monday, June 15, 2015

Demonstrations for Alhagie Ceesay and Ebou Jobe at Senator Harry Reid's Las Vagas' offices

        Alhagie Mamut Ceesay (missing)                Ebou Jobe (missing)            
Alhagie Mamut Ceesay and Ebou Jobe are two Gambia-American citizens who left their comfortable homes and beautiful young families in May 2013 to travel to their native Gambia only to disappear once they reach Banjul.  They have not been seen or heard from since.  The government has denied any knowledge of their whereabouts.

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Their families are demanding answers from the Gambia government and are demanding from the United States government a more aggressive stance against the regime of Yaya Jammeh to provide plausible explanation.

It is in this connection that members of the two families, friends, relatives, neighbors of Alhagie Ceesay and Ebou Jobe demonstrated in front of the Las Vegas offices of the Nevada Democratic Senator  Harry Reid who received three of the members of the protest group in his private chambers to listen to their plight.  The U.S. administration must adopt aggressive approach towards a highly repressive and untrustworthy regime.