Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow stated on Monday that longtime chief Yahya Jammeh ought to step down instantly after Jammeh reversed his choice to concede defeat following a presidential election.
“I feel he ought to step down now,” Barrow informed AFP. “He has misplaced the election, we don’t need to waste time, we would like this nation to begin transferring.”
Jammeh’s get together introduced a authorized problem on Saturday over the December 1 election by which he had already conceded defeat to Barrow.
Barrow is because of welcome a heavyweight delegation of African heads of state and UN representatives Tuesday to influence Jammeh to go, which the president-elect mentioned gave him confidence he would quickly take energy.
“It’s giving us confidence and it’ll give confidence to each Gambian that the world is anxious about Gambia,” he stated.
Diplomatic sources informed AFP the delegation is prone to embody UN West Africa envoy Mohamed Ibn Chambas, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, and Liberian chief Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in her capability as head of the west African bloc ECOWAS.
Jammeh has led the tiny sliver of a nation of just below two million individuals for 22 years since taking energy in a coup.
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