Saturday, 10 December 2016

Gambia’s Incumbent President Yahya Jammeh Rejects Election Result

One week after conceding defeat to Adama Barrow in last week’s presidential elections, Gambia’s incumbent, Yahya Jammed has rejected the election results.
President Jammeh rose to power in 1994 following a coup and has held on to power since then. Many expected him to cling to power after the election results terraced showed Barrow had more than 45% of the votes.
Instead, he called Barrow to concede defeat, saying in a televised phone call, “You are the elected president of The Gambia and I wish you all the best. I have no ill will”.
Jammeh has now backtracked on the concession, citing ‘abnormalities’ and is now calling for fresh elections.
“After a thorough investigation , I have decided to reject the outcome of the recent election,Jammeh” MoJammehsaid.
“I lament serious and unacceptable abnormalities which have reportedly transpired during the electoral process.

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