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Gambia President Yahya lost to a former guard in North-London's Argos security, Adama Barrow in A Marble Elections.


A former security guard in North-London's Argos security is the Gambia President-Elect, Adama Barrow.




Dictatorship reign is diminishing in the world following the election loss of Gambian president Yahya Jammeh. President Yahya lost to a former security guard in North-London's Argos security President-Elect Adama Barrow. The marble elections made Barrow ahead with close to 40,000 Votes.



The president Elect ran on a ticket of eight parties with joined to kick out the Dictatorship Government. The alliance which was made up of eight parties kicked out the former president within few our hours of votes counting. There were some allegations of rigging from the state party.


The streets of Gambian capital Banjul were full of people celebrating the fall of an African dictatorship hero. The countries economy went down to 0.5% and the results were most of the residents started to find green pastures outside the country. The majority of Gambian people including ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda flew away to other countries. A quarter of the population are abroad and the majority of them in Asia.
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