Facts have emerged on the real reasons Yahya Jammeh, the ousted Gambian president, agreed to step down and go into exile after putting up an initial resistance.
Guinea's President Alpha Conde was reportedly with Jammeh and his wife on the plane that left Banjul late on Saturday from where is to leave the country.
Speaking in a television broadcast on Saturday, January 21, 2017, Jammeh said he was leaving the seat of power because he did not want the spilling of blood.
Yahya Jammeh, former president of The Gambia, will leave Banjul on Saturday, January 21, to begin a new life in exile after speaking to Gambians in a broadcast
Maclean said before now, Jammeh refused to see Chambas as the world called on him to leave office after his defeat in the December 2016 presidential election.
The United Nations (UN) confirmed on Friday that over 45,000 people had fled the tensed country while President Yahya Jammeh, its leader, remains adamant.
Jammeh took the decision over the night between Thursday, January 19 and Friday, January 20, 2017 saying he would now oversee all the ministries in the country.
There is the possibility of war in The Gambia today as the 15 member UN Security Council is fully in support of the military action to be staged by ECOWAS.
The BBClso reported that President Adama Barrow has called on soldiers of the country to show their loyalty to him to ensure a peaceful transition of power.
Out-going president, Yahya Jammeh has refused to step down even after Adama Barrow was sworn in as the president of the Gambia, saying he is going nowhere.
The world seems to be set on making sure Yahya Jammeh quit the seat for Adama Barrow, the president-elect who was recently sworn in as president of The Gambia.
Investment banker, columnist and theater producer, Joseph Edgar writes on the political impasse in The Gambia, warning that to 'jaw-jaw' is better to 'war-war'.
Bostwana has become the first African country to announce that it no longer recognizes Yahya Jammeh as president of Gambia due to his refusal not to step down.
Nollywood actor Jim Iyke was spotted with the troubled president of The Gambia Yahya Jammeh. Is the outgoing president going to hand over to the actor?
In anticipation of military action from ECOWAS troops stationed in Senegal, thousands of Gambians are fleeing the country over fears of the unknown.
Have you ever wondered why some countries, such as The Gambia are prefixed with "the"? Wonder no more.There are two reasons why ‘the’ is put in front of Gambia.
Gambia's president-elect, Adama Barrow will be installed as the new president, today, Thursday, January 19, at the Gambian embassy in Dakar, Senegal.
The embattled Gambia President Yahya Jammeh is becoming more isolated as more trusted aides have continued to desert him for refusing to step down from power.
Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh has damned all consequences and refused to step down as his tenure and deadline given to him by ECOWAS expired last midnight.
Gambia’s army chief, Ousman Badjie has said he would not order his men to fight African troops if they enter Gambian territory to enforce the December 1 polls.
The Nigerian Air Force has deployed a standby force to Senegal where it is expected to operate into Gambia and are led by led by Air Cdre Tajudeen Yusuf.
Yahya Jammeh is the outgoing president of Gambia who has refused to step down for the president-elect ahead of the inauguration. Here are 6 facts about him.