Senegalese and Nigerian troops on standby for Gambia's inauguration

Senegal and Nigeria's troops are on standby to intervene in case something goes wrong during the inauguration ceremony of Adama Barrow tomorrow.

Political unrest and uncertainty continues in Gambia as President Yahya Jammeh refuses to step down despite talks and asylum offer from West African leaders.

Listen to EWN's Africa correspondent Jean-Jacques Cornish below for more information...


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