West African leaders are due to arrive in Banjul to meet with the defiant outgoing Gambian dictator Yahya Jammeh, who refuses to relinquish power after been defeated by President elect Adama Barrow, Freedom Radio Gambia can reveal. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is heading the delegation to Banjul.
Dictator Jammeh has questioned the outcome of the elections. He claimed that the polls were rigged. Incoming President elect Barrow, has rebuffed Jammeh’s annulment of the election results.
President elect Barrow is due to be sworn in January. The international community, including the UN Security Council have called on Jammeh to step down from power.
Meanwhile, sources close to the State House said dictator Jammeh wants to the incoming administration to offer him special protection, and loyalists if he should ever rescind his decision to cling onto power. Hence, regional leaders have been tasked to broker the peace deal for his safe exit from power without any collateral damage.
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