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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Gambia’s Jammeh ‘Finally Agrees To Step Down’

Gambia’s outgoing leader, Yahaya Jammeh, has finally left power for internationally-recognized Adama Barrow, after failing three deadlines:::



A France24 journalist in The Gambia, Nicolas Germain, tweeted at 5.56PM, yesterday almost two hours after the expiration of the third deadline, quoted The Gambian officials as saying Mr. Jammeh was writing a statement “where he accepts defeat.”

 Mr. Jammeh had been in talks for hours with Mauritanian and Guinean leaders, persuading him to step down to avert being forced out by ECOWAS troops already in his country’s territory.

ECOWAS is backed by the United Nations to enforce respect for the December 1 election in which Mr. Barrow was returned winner.

Mr. Barrow was sworn-in at the embassy of The Gambia in Senegal yesterday.
edited from premiumtimes.



*Disgraced out of Office.




38 comments:

  1. Mtheww after somuch gra gra African leaders can never learn

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    1. And see the man ,my sister Angela okorie was campaigning for.. SMH

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    2. Ruthless bulldog
      So shameless

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  2. Dis man is stupid ooo em help em self sha if not him for see pepper

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  3. YeyeMan!!!!

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  4. Buahahahaha her for die there na since na him inheritance. Heavy agbaya see as he fall him hand die. Idioto

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  5. Thought he was bragging before that only God could renoved him. Why allowed ECOWAS to send in troop first before agreed to leave ?

    Was waiting for the combined African soldiers to disgrace the idiot like Gbagbo.

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    1. Gosh!
      Don Mayor, pls always write in your language, someone will help translate for others.

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    2. LMAO 😁 @ anon 07:48 comment.
      But seriously don mayor,where you sleeping when you typed this?

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  6. Hallelujah! πŸ™ŒπŸ½ I heard this man is very wicked Stella. And I hope this new president has sense oh

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    1. Anyone that can rule people for that long is wicked

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  7. Out with the old, in with the new.

    Wonder what he was thinking.

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  8. He wld have bowed out respectfully...bt Na him sabi sha,after 22yrs.Even if na his father wey discovers Gambia πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  9. He wld have bowed out respectfully...bt Na him sabi sha,after 22yrs.Even if na his father wey discovers Gambia πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  10. Some people no just get shame. He is one of them.

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    1. Kwakwakwa! Na real ewu gambiaπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ something he would have done honourably. Mscheeeeew

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  12. Stupid men and their stupid egos! He would hv handed over honourably and left quitely (see how Goodluck Jonathan is enjoying his fame now!) Now he has been disgraced. Ode

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  13. He shouldn't have. He should have waited for the army to drag his sorry behind out of there. Mstwee, some people sha, you want to die there.
    Is it his generational right?

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    1. Hahahahahaha it's not only his generational right..it's his ancestrialπŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  14. Y agreeing now? Him for stay na. See his greedy face. Idiot.

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  15. See face,hope he will not plan evil against the new president.

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  16. He is following Buhari s footpath naa.
    Has he ever accepted defeat? instead he will call his people into d street to go after Christians.

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  17. Why did he stay and find out what will happen? A disgraceful and greed idiot!! Now people will look back in history and see how a jerk throw a tantrum because he lost an election. God african leaders digust me!!!

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  18. I c Buhari refusing to relinquish power come 2019 when APC gets voted out

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  19. He must not go unpunished for allowing ECOMOG to waste their time and Resources to assemble troops.

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  20. Stupid man. What he should have done honorably and respectful, now he's doing shamefully. Thank God no bloodshed. Hope Apc people are seeing this? Come 2019 they will allow peace to reign and not to make the country ungovernorable for the winner(Mr Big brother, mediator, bubu) winks***

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  21. Thank God he finally took a bow.

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  22. Why is it no one looks at from this perspective-he just played us and ECOWAS. How come his army were not ready to fight? He just did all these to get amnesty from ECOWAS and not be probed for all the atrocities he committed during his 22 yr rule of course he got that. The only thing he didnt get was the right to remain freely in Gambia. Atleast he got the international amnesty and the incoming president has no right whatsoever to probe him. This is not a good one. We are being played by these guys.

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  23. Stupid idiot....this man just caused a storm purposely to allow them beg him with asylum....he knew if he just left like that he would be tried and persecuted..

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