President Adama Barrow was today inaugurated in the Gambian Embassy in Senegal and the West African regional group ECOWAS’ military arm, ECOMOG, has moved into Gambia to oust intransigent former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh from power who is refusing to leave power and declared state of emergency after losing the December 1st election last year.
It is confirmed that Senegalese’s troops have entered Gambia where Yahya Jammeh is still holding up in the State House in the capital Banjul.
The Gambian military was reportedly seen rejoicing in the streets of the Gambian capital and the United Nations has endorsed the decision of ECOWAS to go into the Gambia and remove former President Jammeh to install President Adama Barrow and his government.
The Chief of the Gambian Arm Forces says the crisis in the Gambia is a political one and the military has no reason to get involve in the crisis.
The Gambia soldiers deployed at the border with its only neighbor, surrendered to Senegalese troops entering into the Gambia.