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Adama Barrow sworn in as Gambia's president in Senegal | The Gambia News | Al Jazeera

20.1.17

Adama Barrow sworn in as Gambia's president in Senegal | The Gambia News | Al Jazeera: "This is a day no Gambian will ever forget in a lifetime," Barrow said in a speech immediately after being sworn in.

Shortly after his inauguration, the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution backing Barrow and called for a peaceful transer of power.

"The people of The Gambia spoke clearly at the elections in December. They chose Adama Barrow to be their president. Their voice now needs to be heard and their will needs to be heeded by just one man," Peter Wilson, the UK deputy ambassador to the UN, said.


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