– Jammeh has told state TV that he has no expectation of venturing down as president of The Gambia
– Jammeh said the visit by President Muhammadu Buhari and other West African pioneers in a prominent ECOWAS group was only a minor custom
Jammeh avoids Buhari
Gambia pioneer Jammeh says he is not taking President Buhari’s intervention
Gambia president Yahyah Jammeh has dismissed every one of the supplications made by the ECOWAS intervention group drove by President Muhammadu Buhari that he ought to venture down as leader of the West African nation.
Thisday reports that Jammeh told Gambia state TV that Buhari’s visit close by different heads of states from West Africa was a simple custom.
He noticed that the arbiters had effectively decided that he should venture down even before meeting him. Therefore among others, he said, he would not venture down.
“I am not a defeatist. My privilege can’t be scared and damaged. This is my position. No one can deny me of that triumph with the exception of the Almighty Allah.
As of now, the ECOWAS meeting was a custom. Before they came, they had as of now said Jammeh must stride down. I won’t venture down,” he said.
Review that President Buhari was made the central arbiter in the ECOWAS group that went to Gambia to meet with Jammeh on his dismissal of the race comes about that was won by Adama Barrow.