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Maimuna Gibba remains in custody at Bundung Police Station, accused of stealing D20m
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Maimuna Gibba remains in custody at Bundung Police Station, accused of stealing D20m

In one of the biggest thefts in Gambian history, Maimuna Gibba, a well-known slay queen often seen at The Village and other popular spots in the Senegambia Strip, allegedly stole cash amounting to D20 million from a safe in a Tallinding compound.

The stolen amount, reportedly in both dollars and euros, belongs to Alhagie Yusupha Camara, a native of Numuyel in the Upper River Region. 

His son, Talibeh Camara, who lives in the USA, disclosed to What's On-Gambia: "The incident happened two days before Tobaski. The police were able to arrest Maimuna because she also stole a Samsung Galaxy A54 that I bought for my mum."

Talibeh provided the phone's serial number to the police, who, with the assistance of Africell, tracked it to Maimuna’s mother in Badibu. This led to the mother’s arrest, and Maimuna subsequently turned herself in to Bundung Police, where she was interrogated and detained by CID officers.

It was discovered that after stealing the money, Maimuna went on a spending spree. She allegedly gave her mother D50,000 to buy a new bed and another D50,000 for Tobaski. Additionally, she gave her father D100,000 and distributed thousands of dalasis among her friends in Lamin, West Coast Region.

Despite her arrest, the police have not yet recovered all the stolen money. Maimuna, already notorious for theft, faces potential imprisonment as the investigation continues.

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