Gambia’s Silent Revolution

Little did Gambians know that the 22-year brutal rule they had gone through under former tyrant Yahya Jammeh would come to an abrupt end in the December 1, 2016 presidential election. The tiny West African nation of roughly 1.8 million people had endured forced disappearances, torture, extra-judicial killings, unlawful detentions and wanton dismissal of senior … Continue reading Gambia’s Silent Revolution