(LEFT) Fatou Suwaa, widow of former Gambian army officer Mustafa Colley photographed at home in Faji Kunda. In 2012, Mustafa was found with a broken neck at the wheel of a taxi he had bought to support his family after being dismissed from the army.
Fatou said “Mustafa had been dismissed from the army, allegedly because he was wrongfully accused of not voting for president Yahya Jammeh, so I knew he was a target, everyone was in Jammeh’s time. So, I did not want him to go out in his taxi at night. But one night he got a late call from a stranger to go and pick them up. 20 minutes after he left home, I called him to check on him. It rings and rings and nobody picks up. I didn't sleep all that night, I was calling him and calling him and no one was picking up the phone. When he left that night, it was the last time I saw him alive”. July 2019 Omar Jallow, a member of Jammeh’s hit squad, admitted to being involved in the murder of Mustafa Colley
(RIGHT) Family photo of Mustafa Colley