Women of Substance






Greetings to everyone. I have been to hell and back, God Safe Me. Free at last, Free at last, Thank you Almighty God, I am Free at Last. After spending 33 solid days in MAISON D'ARRET DE REBEUSS DAKAR. I am now finally freed by the Senegalese Authorities who have accused me of being a spy, a terrorist, a member of the Alkaida, a Tress Passer and finally accused of Sexual Harassment. I was taken to the Senegalese High Court on three different occations without court proceedings, and finally i insisted before the panel of Judges consisting of four different judges plus the two state prosecutors that I should be judged with or without the Plaintiffs because no one knows up to now, who is the real plaintiffs is in this particular case. I stood for myself on the 17th of May 2016, which was the day I received the Judgement but the verdit was never read to me. The President of the Judges who presided over my case asked me to get back to Prison, that i will be given my verdict in my absence- which suppose to fall on the 25th of May 2016. this day gently came and passed and I got no Information as to whether i was convicted or released. After the duration of One Month, I decided to write urgent letters to the prison authorities demanding my fate come what may. I have written more than 11 urgent letters to the protest office inside the prison premises for the legal result of my case. This was accompanied with a strong hunger strike while at the prison yard, when the information bounces at the Senegalese High Court that The Journalist is on hunger stike for days, my case file was then rushed to the urgent office for a proper dicision to be taken. On Friday June 10th at about 10am, I was invited to the office of the Director of Social Services named Mam Bala, who assured me that I will be quickly release with emmidiate effect. I was then asked to go home of Friday at 22,00 Hours. My Cell Phones, Passport, Driving Licence, and other valuable materials are still kept at the Prison for further notice. Stay tuned for more information in the Senegalese prison. I did real investigations while I was quietly leaving there. I met the Son of the former President of Senegal Karim Wade as well, we spoke briefly while I was on my way to court on the 17th of May 2016.

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