Gambian incumbent Yahya Jammeh walks on November 24, 2011 outside a polling station in the capital Banjul during presidential elections. Gambians voted on November 24 in polls, which some observers said were skewed in favor of Jammeh, who heaped scorn on criticism that his regime is repressive. The 15-nation Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) withdrew plans to send observers for the election, saying Jammeh's control of the media and intimidation of voters meant polls in the continent's smallest country could not be "free, fair and transparent". AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU (Photo credit should read SEYLLOU/AFP/Getty Images)

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Aliyekuwa rais wa Gambia alikua amekubali watokeo ya uchaguzi kwa sasa asema tena hakubali yaliyotokea kwenye uchaguzi na kusema kwamba yeye hakushindwa.

Hata kama  inasemwa hivyo rais mupya wa Gambia Rais Jammeh anakubali na kusema uchaguzu urudiwe tena kwani kura zilihesabiwa vibaya.

Huko Banjul mji mkuu, ubalozi wa Marekani, ametoa uwito na kusema sherti wanajeshi watii matakwa ya raia wa Gambia.

Na ripoti huendelea na kusema kwamba wanajeshi wameweka vizuizi sehemu tofauti vijijini.

Kama vile husema Serikali ya nchi jirani “Senegal” yaomba rais Jammeh kukabidhi madaraka kwa mshindi kwa njia ya amani.

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