Gambian President Yahya Jammeh who lost elections to leader of opposition coalition Adama Barrow after December 1 elections

One of Africa’s longest serving President Yahya Jammeh of Gambia is to step down  after 22 years. The 51 year old who ruled the West African country following a coup in 1994 said he will NOT contest the election results during his consession speech saying God told him his time was up.

❝Allah is telling me my time is up and I hand over graciously with gratitude toward the Gambian people and gratitude toward you❞

[WATCH] Yahya Jammeh calls election victor, Adama Barrow to congratulate him on the elections vowing NOT to contest the result.

Ugandan President of 30 years Yoweri Museveni can’t believe Jammeh lost the elections

Gambians went to the  polls on 1 December 2016.

Gambians VOTE by depositing marbles into a drum into a drum of their preferred candidates

During the election, internet access and international phone calls were blocked by authorities. In an unprecedented result, opposition candidate Adama Barrow defeated long-term incumbent Jammeh

His Presidency has been plagued with reports of human rights violation and repressive regime

Jammeh takes nothing from 94 year old President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe who has been in power since the country gained it’s independence from the British in 1980. Mugabe is NOT the only one

Ugandan President of 30 years Yoweri Museveni can’t believe Jammeh lost

Museveni is NOT the only one in desbelief

The question now is whether Adama Barrow’s President be the bigening of new things for Gambians and see the return of those in political exile or whether he will go after Yahya Jammeh