- The United Nations Wednesday to President Jammeh of Gambia reminded place for his successor Barrow. Secretary-General of the UN Ban Ki-moon arose Wednesday angrily about the deployment of soldiers by Jammeh.
Yahya Jammeh lost the presidential election of opposition leader Adama Barrow. Until the UN annoyance Jammeh Tuesday sent soldiers to the election committee, which cleared the office. The incumbent president has accused the committee of fraud.
In January, Jammeh's term expires. He's been over 22 years in office, during which he led the Gambia with an iron fist. Ban Ki-moon has called on Jammeh to respect the election results and to disappear neatly in January. The UN Secretary General has the support of most West African leaders, the president also called according to resign the rules.