Adama Barrow who won the controversial Gambia Presidential election against the incumbent military ruler, Yahya Jammeh has been sworn in the Gambia President, with a UN backing.
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BBC reported that he took the oath of office at the Gambian Embassy in Senegal and has ordered The Gambia military to remain in their barracks in his inaugural speech.
He also said “Those found illegally holding arms will be considered rebels” Hundreds of Gambian expatriates in Senegal gathered at the compound, with delegations from ECOWAS and UN.
This has just complicated the issue as Jammeh refuses to relinquish power citing electoral anomalies after he conceded defeat.