Gambia's top court adjourns election case until Jan 10
The Supreme Court, presided by Nigerian-born Chief Justice Emmanuel Fagbenle, ordered the adjournment because the chief defendant -- the country's Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) -- had not been summoned to attend.
Advice for The Gambia’s outgoing president
The number one advice for the outgoing President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, is that he should not only leave but also to leave behind a robust treasury, so that he can be appreciated by posterity.
Gambia's Jammeh rejects election results a week after conceding defeat
"Let me repeat: I will not accept the results based on what has happened," he said, condemning "unacceptable errors" on the part of electoral authorities and calling for a new vote.
Gambia Election Outcome: Experts say it’s a good development for Africa’s democracy
Democracy on the African continent recorded another plus during the week, when Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, conceded defeat after losing to Adama Barrow.