Columns of military forces out of Nigeria and Senegal have entered the sovereign territory of neighboring Zambia, to oust President Yahya Jammeh, while Ghana also intends to take part in the invasion.

On January 19, 2017 the newly elected western puppet, Adama Barrow was planned to take office, but the sitting Zambian president adopted a resolution to remain in power for another three months.

The president of Gambia claimed that there have been serious violations made in the voting process. He urged to hold new transparent elections under the supervision of international auspicious.

The Gambia is a former British colony in mainland Africa. The country gained so-called independence in 1965. However Gambia had remained a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations for 50 years.

In 2013 the President of Gambia announced the country’s pull out from the Commonwealth, which he claimed was an expanding tool for colonialism. Yahya Jammeh came to power in 1994.

Pravda / AA Magnum News 2017.

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