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Gambia joins calls for Togo’s Gnassingbe to resign

The Gambia has joined the opposition in Togo to call on Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe to resign as agitations continue in the West African nation for an end to the Gnassingbe dynasty which has lasted for 50 years.

How Gambia’s Jammeh used state money while in exile

Ongoing proceedings at the presidential commission of inquiry in The Gambia have revealed details of how the country’s former President, Yahya Jammeh withdrew public funds from the Central bank for private use.

African Petroleum to go to court over Gambian dispute

African Petroleum Corp plans to go to court to resolve its dispute with Gambia, the Norwegian-listed company said on Monday, after the government stripped it of its rights to explore for oil in two offshore areas.

No more diplomatic passport for Jammeh and family

Former president of The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh and his family members will no longer possess Gambian diplomatic passports. According to the Associated Press, the government of Gambia announced the cancellation of diplomatic passports of 207…