So, Mr. Jammeh peacefully rules the prosperous land of Gambia for more than 20 years, until the unfortunate year of 2017, as in the previous month, the good president failed to win the fifth election, in the row. Naively, Mr. Jammeh accepted the result, why not? Why would he ignore his people's will, for Christ's sake?
Well, it turned out that there was actually an election-fraud, not by the childishly benevolent
regimegovernment, but by the evil opposition. So, our dearest of all our presidents (two, in total, Jammeh included) was forced to reject the results. That resulted in terrorist acts committed by the para-militaries of the opposition and dire threats thrown by the imperialist neighbors of Ghana, which have set en eye on its valuable resources.
He's right, his defeat is logically impossible, as he said in 2011, when he took more than 70% of the votes.
"In 17 years, I have delivered more development than the British were able to deliver in 400 years. Do I look like a loser? There is no way I can lose unless you tell me that all Gambian people are mad."
Gambia has a problem of naive leadership. Mr. Jammeh's predecessor, the almost equally good President Jawara also announced that in his 70s, he will step down from politics. Then, he changed his mind, because he recognized that Gambia needs a wise ruler to navigate through the seas of unknown, won the elections with 56% of the votes and got toppled in a
couprevolution by Mr. Jammeh.