Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Re: Gambia: ECOWAS sTANDBY FORCE

The man conceded, very rare for a sitting president to do without sufficient conviction that he had lost. If the sitting president cannot control the election process, after 22 years, and it led to irregularities, then maybe he did deserve to lose. More importantly, it does not matter whether he won or lost, 22 years is plenty of years and he must go "lest one good Jammeh corrupt Gambia"

On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 3:40 PM, Cornelius Hamelberg <corneliushamelberg@gmail.com> wrote:

Should Jammeh not leave – for where – and by which date in January?


First things first: It's always a matter of saving lives – Black lives matter!


1. Shouldn't an independent body look into Jammeh's allegations that after "a thorough investigation" it was found that the elections were kinda rigged against him? In which case, if confirmed as true, the next logical, fair and democratic step would be to call for fresh elections ( as was the case recently for example in Austria) and in the case of the Gambia, preferably monitored from start to finish by ECOWAS / AU and other observers - all this to avoid the avoidable bloodshed that would follow if the ECOWAS army led by Senegal should lay siege to or enter the Gambia to remove President Jammeh by brute

force...



On Wednesday, 28 December 2016 19:56:12 UTC+1, Toyin Falola wrote:
Should Jammeh not leave by January, ECOWAS has asked Senegal to lead an army to remove him.

Toyin Falola
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