Nigeria’s Fighter Jets Hovers Around Gambia, As Country Gets Two Presidents

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Fresh reports gathered by BlackBox Nigeria confirms that fighter jets belonging to the Nigerian Armed Forces have taken to the skies of the crisis laden West African country, The Gambia.

This development came just as the winner of the December 1st presidential election, Adama Barrow was inaugurated as the 3rd President of the country.

Mr Barrow took his Oath of Office at Gambia’s Embassy in neighboring Dakar, capital of Senegal.

BBN gathered that apart from the fighter jets that have taken over the Airspace in the country, other Forces formed by the ECOWAS Mission are all set in order to restore peace in the situation of breaking of law and order.

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