Will Yahya Jammeh Ever Stand Trial for Rape?
The exiled former leader has been accused of raping at least three women at the height of his power, but pursuing legal consequences against Jammeh is likely to prove very difficult, if not impossible. One reason for this is that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission does not have the power to prosecute, while the government would have to extradite him from Equatorial Guinea, to face trial.
Former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh.
APRC Rebuts Rape Allegations Against Jammeh
Foroyaa, 8 July 2019
The Interim leader of the Alliance for Patriotic Re-orientation and Construction (APRC) party, Fabakary Tombong Jatta, on Saturday July 6th, said the allegations of rape brought… Read more »
Concord, 9 July 2019
As a journalist who has taken a break from mainstream media to acquire some international experience with hopes of returning to our beautiful question asking profession as soon as… Read more »
Toufah Jallow says she was raped by Yahya Jammeh in 2014, while he was still in office, and flew home from Canada to present her allegations to the Truth, Reconciliation and ... Read more »