Barrow sworn in for second term as president in Gambia

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The president of Gambia Adama Barrow was sworn in for a second term at Banjul on Wednesday.

In 2016 Barrow was elected as president that put an end to an era of 22 years rule of Yahya Jammeh a brutish leader.

The former property developer was re-elected in December, winning 53 percent of the vote

At a stadium in Bakau on the outskirt of Banjul Barrow was sworn in for a second term for the next five years, with foreign delegates in attendance.

The election in December was peaceful and marked the first vote of the country since Jammeh fled into exile in January 2017 seeing he was flatly defeated at the ballot.



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