Possible civil unrest for Gambia if ousted Yahya Jammeh holds on

Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh initially conceded defeat after Gambians voted in president-elect Adama Barrow but now has apparently said he will contest the result and is calling for new elections.

EWN Africa Correspondent Jean Jacques Cornish speaks to Sumitra Naidoo (standing in for Stephen Grootes) about the latest events in Gambia.

Newly elected president Barrow has said he will reverse the decision to remove Gambia from the International Criminal Court.

Will Jammeh be able to hold on?

Listen to JJ Cornish's report below:


This article first appeared on 702 : Possible civil unrest for Gambia if ousted Yahya Jammeh holds on


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