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Yahya Jammeh stole $11m, shipped luxury cars

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Gambia’s ex-ruler, Yahya Jammeh, plundered the state coffers in his final weeks in power, stealing millions of dollars and shipping out luxury vehicles by cargo plane, according to an aide to new president Adama Barrow.

Jammeh, who ruled the small West African country for 22 years, flew into exile late on Saturday to Equatorial Guinea. You see reason he refused to step down? Majority if not all African leaders are thieves. The pretend the have interest of their people but only to steal them dry. Now the foolish Yahya who is always holding Quo ran as if he is the holiest man on earth has now turned out to be the highest thief on earth. How can he close his eyes and rob that small and impoverished country and people such a fortune. Meanwhile he has not gone to the Mars, he is just at nearby Equatorial Guinea. My anger is, there are more of his likes governing across Africa. God will help us and deliver Africa from bad and evil men that go by the name ‘leaders’


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