The Wadda family of 24 Perseverance Street in Banjul, mourned the untimely demise of Momodou Lamin Sisay, a young Gambian who was killed on Friday in the United States and renewed call for justice.
Sera Wadda, a younger sister to Momodou Lamin’s late mother Aunty Mam Wadda told The MAMOS Media that her nephew was a humble man who was religious, quiet and would not look people in the eye.
“We are still mourning the tragic death of my nephew,” Sera Wadda said.
Ms Wadda who lived in Norway, said the family has not fully recovered since the tragic incident on Friday night.
“We would want justice, we would want to know whatever they did until they killed Boy. Because what they are saying that he took out a gun is not true. We would need surveillance videos,” she remarked.
The heartbroken woman said her slain nephew was only eleven years when he travelled to the United States in 1991.
“Boy was a humble man. He loved people and was respectful,” Sera told MAMOS Media.
Momodou Lamin Sisay, also known as “Boy” is the son of a UN Diplomat, Lare Sisay and late Aunty Mam Wadda of The Gambia.
Meanwhile, the Wadda family is seeking prayers from everyone for the young innocent child who was murdered in cold blood.