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Monday, January 23, 2017

Tinubu’s Private Plane Flew Gambia’s Jammeh Into Exile

Ousted former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh departed his country late on Saturday, January 21 after agreeing to step down for the newly-inaugurated leader Adama Barrow who won the December 1, 2016 presidential polls.




What many people did not know however, is that the Gambian president flew out into exile in Guinea on the private jet of a Nigerian, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.


The Nation reports that Tinubu’s VP-CBT Falcon Jet had been in the care of his close ally Guinea President Alpha Conde and he authorised it to be used to fly out the old regime in Gambia to pave way for a new one.


“After agreeing to leave and save The Gambia from a major crisis, Jammeh was confronted by big challenge – how to fly out.


“The leaders, The Nation learnt, reached out to All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart Asiwaju Bola Tinubu who authorised his private aircraft to be used to fly Jammeh out of Banjul,” The Nation reported.

The report quoted sources as saying that after Tinubu was contacted to allow the use of his jet to fly Jammeh out of Banjul and he gave a condition that he would allow it only “if it will facilitate the quick exit of Jammeh and lead to the restoration of peace and democracy in The Gambia”.

The plane eventually flew out with Jammeh, his wife, mother and President Conde aboard.

Meanwhile, the new president of Gambia has assured the people of the country of adequate security, just as he also promised to leave behind an enviable legacy at the end of his tenure.

Barrow, who was greatly supported by world powers and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), also said his government will create opportunity for the people to be involved in production so that the people will not be fully dependent on other countries for their means of livelihood.




*I still dont get it..why did this man refuse to step down?why did he take this disgraceful route?Did he want to go into exile?something must be chasing him,imagine leaving everything behind.
I just pity his aged mother and wife who are running with him.




35 comments:

  1. Partners in crime. People of Gambia should arrest theifnubu for conniving with their ex president to bankrupt them.

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    1. The man was just not ready to become a normal citizen again,,he has forgotten how it feels like.because his been in power for too long,since 1994,,eru lon ba.
      Jagaban of life this man is mouthed.

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    2. Child of hate! Did you read the article?? Conde is his friend not Jammeh and did you see the condition he gave them..

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  2. What is Tinubu's occupation exactly that he has private planes?

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    1. Occupation? MMM agent...

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    2. Why are you asking mumu question. Tinubu owns half of the land in lagos. My estate alone chaiii. Tinubu is a boss. Lol

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  3. Tinubu no dey do free work. That condition he give hmmmmmm.

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  4. Lol.He wanted publicity, And now he's got it in a negative light instead of him to quietly bow out...

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  5. Tinubu partner in crime

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    1. Tinubu must have gotten some land abroad or cool cash. Peace and security my ass lol

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  6. tinibu is now Raymond Reddington of the black list. who has seen the movie? i love Mr Reddington like madt dude just knows how to keep me glued to my TV.

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    1. as in enh.... waiting for the next season patiently .... by the way, liz dint die as reported

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  7. Stella y u dey pity dem, no be all of dem follow chop d money. Abeg e jare

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  8. Jammeh just fall hand, why didn't he hand over earlier? After all the gararah im just spoil im name

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    1. He never had any good name, he is nothing but a tyrant and despot, obviously he would have spent the rest of his life in prison, as it is, he takes asylum in a country that does not sign agreement with ICJ else he will be arrested and tried.

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  9. Real partners in crime. Demons incarnate...

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  10. @ SDK
    Jammeh didn't leave bcos he was afraid of prosecution and seizure of his properties when he leaves office, so he decided to hold the new govt to ransom so he can sign an amnesty deal with the new govt, which he succeeded but unfortunately the agreement was political and not legal binding so the new govt can still prosecute him

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  11. @ SDK
    Jammeh didn't leave bcos he was afraid of prosecution and seizure of his properties when he leaves office, so he decided to hold the new govt to ransom so he can sign an amnesty deal with the new govt, which he succeeded but unfortunately the agreement was political and not legal binding so the new govt can still prosecute him

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  12. The new Gambian government threatened to rejoin the ICC and have Jammeh arrested for crimes committed that's why he was clinging to power.

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  13. Hope the jammeh won't pay back. What about his children and the money he stole.

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  14. Hahahahahahahahhahahaha thiefnibu will always be caught up in the midst of really nasty people

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  15. But why did Tinubu leave his private jet in the care of Guinea President....Huhuuh, am I the only one smelling something.....God punish Tinubu for foisting this evil olodo Buhari scam change government on Nigerians......

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  16. Jagaban running things since 1900.Kwontinue sir.

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  17. Not true. The plane he used belonged to alpha conde, the Guinean president.

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  18. Jammeh was flown out on "Tinubu's private jet" - a jet of over 60 million dollars. Tinubu had to be lent ticket money to come to Nigeria to contest election, by 2011 he had a 60 million dollar jet. Is that jet on Former Senator Former Governor Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu's asset declaration as outgoing governor? And is that jet listed on Senator Remi Tinubu's asset declaration as her spouse's asset?

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    1. EFCC won't see this..mtchewwww

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  19. Efe till d end. I so love him. He is so real n cool

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  20. My luv 4 u Efe

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