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What Barrow’s re-election means for The Gambia

What Barrow’s re-election means for The Gambia

THE Gambia’s President Adama Barrow, of the National People’s Party, comfortably won re-election on 4 December with about 53% of the vote. The runner-up, Ousainou Darboe of the United Democratic Party, won about 28% of the vote. In third place was Mama Kandeh of the Gambia Democratic Congress with about 12%. Author NIKLAS HULTIN, Assistant Professor, Global Affairs Program , George Mason University Three other candidates — Halifa Sallah of the People’s Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism, Abdoulie Jammeh of the National Unity Party, and Essa Faal (independent) – each got under 5% of the national vote. The outcome…
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