Businessman Sillahba Samateh has been sued by one David Olufemi of Fajara. The lawsuit stemmed from a contractual work agreement between Samateh and Olufemi. Olufemi was said to have been contracted to do some printing work for Samateh. Sillahba hasn’t fulfill his side of the contract. He has been found wanting. Olufemi is now resorting to court action. He wants the court to compel Samateh to pay him the money that he owed him.
A source who wrote us said: “Good day. This is happening today. Sillabah Samateh, a supporter of the President, is brought before the court today for his inability to pay up the amount he owes for printing Adama Barrow’s calendars and other printing materials he gave to the president and NPP. He failed to appear in court and Magistrate Njie has ordered another summons to be pasted on his gate for him to appear in court. Kindly investigate why the president will surround himself with such people.”
Sillahba is a strong supporter of President Barrow’s National People’s Party (NPP). He has been supplying t shirts bearing President Barrow’s name and face and other campaign materials to the NPP.
He has been accused of owing money to David Olufemi. Olufemi wants his money back. The civil matter has been filed at the Kanifing magistrates’ court.
Mr. Samateh could not be reached for comment at press time.
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