Information reaching Mamos Tv has it that David Colley, the erstwhile director general of the Gambia Prison Services has been granted a police bail.
According to our source, Colley is charged with conspiracy to murder, contrary to the Criminal Code, Laws of The Gambia.
David Colley was earlier arrested Tuesday evening by the police for his alleged role in the murder of Baba Jobe, a former Parliamentarian and close ally of former president Yahya Jammeh in 2012.
The late Jobe was jailed for 9 years by the former president who accused him of committing economic crime.
He served his prison term until the end but the former president refused to release him and Jobe later fell sick in prison. He was admittted at the then RVTH, now Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital in Banjul.
Baba Jobe was admitted at a private ward at the country's main referral hospital (EFSTH) where he was killed by Jammeh's jungulars.
However, the police spokesperson could not be reached for further comments on David Colley's case.