Families of two missing US citizens to host rally Alhagie Ceesay and Ebou Jobe

The families of Alhagie Ceesay and Ebou Jobe, the two missing USAlhagi CeesayEbou Jobe
citizens of Gambian origin, who have been missing in The Gambia since
June 2013, have planned a rally in Las Vegas, NV, United States, to
demand for their immediate and safe release.
The two have been missing for almost 2 years now after they werepicked up at their residence in Brusubi.
According to a source, the rally will be staged on June 15th 2015 at
midday in front of Senator Harry Reid’s Office at the Lloyd D, George
Building in Las Vegas.
The source indicated that the purpose of the rally is to raise
awareness on this case within the US, with the hope of getting public
support in-order to urge the US Government to put more pressure on the
Gambia Government for the immediate and safe release of Messrs.
Ceesay and Jobe to return to their families in the US.
The Ceesay and Jobe Families, it added, appreciate all the work that
the US State Department, FBI and the US Embassy in Gambia have done so
far, but believe more should be done to bring the 2 back who have
disappeared in The Gambian.
A former US Charge d’Affairs in The Gambia, Ambassador George Staples,
told reporters late last year (2014) that the US Government has
offered to the Gambia Government the services of the FBI to help in
locating the two and adding that they will leave no stone unturned in
searching for their nationals.
It is reported that both Ceesay and Jobe are married with young
children. Ceesay has two kids, a boy and a girl and Jobe has three
boys.
Earlier reports have indicated that Ceesay and Jobe came to the Gambia
with the hope of investing in businesses in their country of origin.
Alhagie Ceesay is said to have had a degree in Information Technology
and an MBA and worked for Chevron Texaco for over 10 years as a Systems
Analyst. Ebou Jobe had a degree in Business and worked for Walmart as
an Operations Manager. The two were picked up by NIA agents  and have disappeared ever since.