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Police sergeant denies stealing brother-in-law’s money to marry second wife
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Police sergeant denies stealing brother-in-law’s money to marry second wife

A police sergeant in the North Bank Region has vehemently denied stealing his Malta-based brother-in-law's money to marry a second wife.

"I took a loan of D20,000 from the Gambia Police Force Co-operative Credit Union to marry my second wife," he said.

But the brother-in-law, who is famously known as Governor in Malta, alleged the sergeant stole over D180,00 from his bank account in The Gambia.

He disclosed: "I was sending money to my younger sister, his wife, to save for me. But I later discovered he stole my money and used part of it to marry a second wife in Kudang."

In a WhatsApp audio message, the sergeant confessed to stealing Governor's money.
”That audio is fake because I did it to save my wife. I didn't touch his money. How can I steal his money when I don't have access to his bank account,” said the sergeant.

Governor threatened to take legal action against him.

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