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President Adama Barrow To Return Home

The president of the Republic of The Gambia, Mr Adama Barrow will return to Banjul tomorrow after a two-week long sojourn in the neighbouring country, Senegal.

President Adama Barrow

Adama Barrow, who won the 1st December presidential elections against the long-time dictator Yahya Jammeh, exiled to Senegal amidst security threat in Banjul. He was sworn in The Gambian Embassy in Dakar. Since then, Adama Barrow has been governing the affairs of the state from francophone Senegal. Yahya Jammeh, the ex-president has gone into exile in Guinea Equatorial.

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE COALITION 2016:
Fellow Gambians,
We wish to once again take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for your comportment and behaviour during and after our Presidential elections. You have demonstrated your love for our beloved country and we thank God that our challenges have been sorted out in a peaceful way.
We wish to announce the arrival back home of our beloved President His Excellency Adama Barrow on Thursday the 26th January arriving at Banjul International Airport at 16.00. We invite all Gambians to turnout in massive numbers to give President Barrow a fitting Gambian welcome
Please pass the word round!

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