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African migrants fear for Gambia as tourists stay relaxed

Gambia's markets are leaving amid uncertainty over contested presidential election resultsThe cocktails keep flowing by the pool on the tourist strip, but in The Gambia’s markets many African migrant traders are packing up their businesses and heading home. The international community is piling pressure on President Yahya Jammeh to leave power after 22 years and hand over to opposition leader Adama Barrow, who won an election two weeks ago only for Jammeh to later reverse his original concession of defeat. Of the economy’s two main sources of investment from abroad, tourism appears to be weathering the country’s political storm far better than the thousands of petty traders who move to The Gambia from the rest of west Africa.

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