Barrow returns to Gambia Tuesday - The Nation Newspaper

President Adama Barrow will return to Gambia on Tuesday now that West African troops have secured the country, his spokesperson said on Monday. Barrow will return to the capital, Banjul, from neighbouring Senegal, where he sought refuge for security ...

Senegal's key role in removing president likely to boost co-operation with Gambia on transport and Casamance ... - IHS Jane's 360

Troops from a regional force led by neighbour Senegal crossed into Gambia early on 22 January after the late-night departure of former president Yahya Jammeh for exile in Equatorial Guinea. The Senegalese general leading the intervention said troops ...

In Gambia, relief turns to anger at ex-leader's soft landing - TODAYonline

BANJUL - Even before the cheers to celebrate the end of Yahya Jammeh's brutal 22-year rule of Gambia died down, there was fury that he was being allowed to flee into luxurious exile. Trader Aji Jagne, 32, had chanted "we are free" until her voice was ...

The Gambia's Jammeh may be gone but life is far from normal - BBC News

They cheered and chanted, sang the national anthem, waved the Gambian flag at the gates of thestate house and celebrated their new-found freedom. But the object of their celebration was a column of foreign troops: Senegalese soldiers from the regional ...

Jammeh's Rolls Royce flown out of Gambia - NAIJ.COM

Three days after the ousted Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, stepped down and fled the country, his successor, President Adama Barrow has alleged that Jammeh took more than $11m (£8.8m) out of the state coffers. READ ALSO: Gambia's new ...

Jammeh's immunity deal angers Gambians - Vanguard

Former Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh flew into exile in Equatorial Guinea on Sunday, making way for democracy in his home country after his repressive 22-year rule there. Jammeh lost the December 1 election to President Adama Barrow, but spent weeks ...