Gambian President Adama Barrow is approaching 100 days in office, following his stunning election victory over Yahya Jammeh, the strongman who ruled the small West African nation for 22 years.
The BBC’s Umaru Fofana has been in the capital Banjul to see how Gambians feel about Mr. Barrow’s government.
Here are a couple of views from people he spoke to:
They’re trying, but we need more achievement because Gambia nowadays is really crying for a lot of things. Electricity, the water system need to be put under consideration.”
First thing, we need to make jobs for the youth. There’s no water, no electricity. The country is getting harder and harder everyday.”
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