Opposition APRC has announced plans to official write the Gambia government over assets seized from the party.
The party’s deputy spokesperson Dodou Jah told The Standard newspaper in an exclusive interview that the party is perfecting plans to petition the President Adama Barrow-led government about the vehicles seized from the party.
“We intend to first write to the government over the matter before we will take any legal action,” Jah told The Standard.
APRC is one of the biggest opposition political parties in the country after being in power for 22 years under the chieftaincy of former President Yahya Jammeh. The party in December 2018 conducted its first national congress in two years where it elected Jammeh, living in exile in Equatorial Guinea, as its chairman and supreme leader.