Six in 10 Gambians recommend a collaborative effort between the governments of Ghana and the Gambia to ascertain the truth about 44 Ghanaians who were murdered in the Gambia, Afrobarometer’s inaugural national survey in the Gambia reveals.
A majority of Gambians believe that perpetrators of crimes and human-rights abuses during Jammeh’s regime should be tried in court, irrespective of the work of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) that President Adama Barrow has established to address past human-rights abuses.
However, Gambians are divided as to whether Jammeh should be extradited to the Gambia for prosecution.
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