The leaders of Nigiera, Liberia and Sierra Leone travel to Banjul Friday to persuade outgoing President Jahya Jammeh to step down and make way for the inauguration of president-elect Adama Barrow.
Regional Leaders Arrive to Persuade Jammeh to Quit
Deutsche Welle, 13 January 2017
Shuttle diplomacy moves into top gear in The Gambia on Friday as visiting ECOWAS leaders seek to convince President Jahya Jammeh to step down. Gambians DW spoke to said he should… Read more »
Senegal 'Ready to Oust Jammeh'
Observer, 13 January 2017
In the face of Gambian President Yahya Jammeh's intransigence to the voice of reason to accept defeat as per the December 1, 2016 election results, Senegal has reportedly put its… Read more »
African Union to Refuse to Recognise Jammeh
Premium Times, 13 January 2017
The African Union will cease to recognise Gambia's Yahya Jammeh as the nation's legitimate president as of January 19. Read more »
The army has denied reports that it was planning to attack Gambia, and remove Yahya Jammeh. Read more »
Yahya Jammeh appears to have called for an amnesty in a televised address to the nation. Read more »
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