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Gambian Soldiers Accused Of Looting Government Properties After Jammeh’s Exile

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The exit of former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh, who fled to Guinea Saturday night, January 21, has caused quite an unrest in the country despite the inauguration of a new leader, Adama Barrow.

Coalition forces of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) who have been on stand by in Senegal moved into Gambia with a view to securing strategic positions.

Meanwhile reports have it that guards at statehouse are looting furniture, computers and cars belonging to the state government.

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