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Gambia President, Adama Barrow Shuns IMF Warning, accepts $34m French Loan

Gambia has defiled warnings and has accepted a $34 million loan from France to consolidate the country's democracy. Will Gambia regret her actions?

Gambia President, Adama Barrow Shuns IMF Warning, accepts $34m French Loan
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