Political crisis in Gambia
Adama Barrow finally landed on Gambian soil nearly two months after his election win and days after Yahya Jammeh fled into exile.
Authoritarian ex-president Yahya Jammeh is said to have plundered more than 11 million dollars from Gambia before fleeing into exile.
A new political era awaits The Gambia hours after the country’s authoritarian ruler Yahya Jammeh flew into exile.
Jammeh let go of the presidency under pressure from West African countries after losing a December election. It ends his 22 year rule.
Yahya Jammeh had refused to concede defeat to President Adama Barrow after elections in December
Adama Barrow has been sworn in as the president of Gambia in a ceremony in Senegal as Yahya Jammeh refuses to give up power.
West African troops are preparing for what could be a potential showdown as Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow is set to be sworn in at the Gambian embassy in neighbouring Senegal, according to…
Jammeh a 90-day state of emergency on Tuesday evening, a situation that makes the scheduled swearing-in of the president-elect, Adama Barrow, close to impossible at least on Gambian soil. Barrow's cam
Last minute diplomatic efforts by Mauritania to persuade Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh to step down appear to have failed.
Thousands of people are leaving Gambia fearing an outbreak of violence as President Yahya Jammeh continues to refuse to step down despite losing an election in…