Seedy Njie isn’t done with the University of The Gambia (UTG) yet.
The ex-minister, who was a key member of the former ruling party, has returned to the university to complete his degree.
According to a source, he left the UTG in 2016 to focus on his career responsibilities as a politician.
“Yes he is back at the university,” said Toney Mendy, a law student.
He disclosed. “I saw him in the Criminal Law 2 class, but I don’t know what program he is doing.”
Seedy is widely believed to be the most controversial young politician in the country. He is said to be one of the founding members of the Barrow Youth Movement.
There are rumours that he might soon bounce back with a senior job in the Barrow government.