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West African leaders to take 'major decision' on Gambia, Nigeria says Reuters 14 hours ago Comments Sign in to like Reblog on Tumblr Share Tweet Email ABUJA (Reuters) - West African leaders will take a "major decision" on the political impasse in Gambia at a meeting in Ghana on Saturday, a spokesman for the Nigerian presidency said on Friday. The West African ECOWAS bloc said last month it would take all necessary steps to uphold the result of a Dec.

No deal in talks to persuade

No deal in talks to persuade

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — No deal was reached Friday in last-ditch attempts by a regional mediation team to persuade Gambia's longtime leader to step down, and while mediation will continue, the inauguration next week of the elected opposition coalition leader will go forward, the spokesman for coalition said.
"This crisis has not been solved by these talks," said spokesman Halifa Sallah, adding that more efforts are needed to narrow differences.
Sallah spoke after Nigeria's president led talks Friday with Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh and President-elect Adama Barrow in Gambia as part of mediation efforts led by the West African regional bloc ECOWAS.

Barrow 'to stay in Senegal until inauguration'

Barrow 'to stay in Senegal until inauguration'

The Gambia's President-elect Adama Barrow is to remain in Senegal until his planned inauguration on Thursday, state media in Senegal say.
The move was requested by West African leaders after a summit in Mali, Senegalese news agency APS said.
President Yahya Jammeh is currently refusing to step down until the supreme court can hear his challenge in May.
Regional bloc Ecowas wants the UN to approve military action if Mr Barrow's inauguration is blocked.







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The African leader who refuses to leave

JOHANNESBURG — The tiny nation of Gambia has West Africa on the brink of a military intervention, and thousands are fleeing the country. Longtime President Yahya Jammeh is refusing to step down after losing elections. On Thursday, President-elect Adama Barrow intends to go through with his inauguration, with the support of the international community. Here’s a look at the crisis. I CONCEDE ... NO, I DON’T At first, Jammeh stunned Gambians by conceding his election loss on live television. A week later, he announced he had changed his mind, saying “only Allah” could deny him victory. After taking power more than 22 years ago in a bloodless coup, Jammeh has been accused of leading a government. Read more

No deal in talks to persuade

JOHANNESBURG — The tiny nation of Gambia has West Africa on the brink of a military intervention, and thousands are fleeing the country. Longtime President Yahya Jammeh is refusing to step down after losing elections. On Thursday, President-elect Adama Barrow intends to go through with his inauguration, with the support of the international community. Here’s a look at the crisis. At first, Jammeh stunned Gambians by conceding his election loss on live television. A week later, he announced he had changed his mind, saying “only Allah” could deny him victory. After taking power more than 22 years ago in a bloodless coup, Jammeh has been accused of leading a government that detains, tortures and even kills opponents. He is no stranger to striking declarations: In late 2015, he abruptly announced Gambia to be an Islamic republic. In 2013, he decided to leave the Commonwealth. Read more

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The Inauguration Of President Elect Adama Barrow 2017.
January 19th is slated for the Inauguration of President Elect Adama Barrow in the Republic of The Gambia.


The West African regional bloc said on Saturday it would take all necessary actions to uphold the result of a Dec. 1 election in Gambia, where veteran President Yahya Jammeh says he will not step down after losing to Adama Barrow. Read more







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