Jan 15, 2017

Gambia: West African Defence chiefs meet in Abuja - Vanguard News

AN indication of possible and imminent deployment of peace keeping troops to Gambia in the wake of ongoing electoral dispute involving the country's president, Yahya Jammeh and his contender in the December 1 presidential election, Adama Barrow, appears glaring at the weekend, as the regional service chiefs held what source consider as strategic security meeting aimed at taking action in the...

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