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Yahya Jammeh, the Gambian leader with a fantastical belief that he could cure HIV, was replaced in 2016 by Adama Barrow. Plucked from obscurity, he promised to usher in an era of justice. But the country is spiraling into instability, and Gambians have yet to see change.
In this episode: Nicolas Haque, Al Jazeera journalist based in Dakar, Senegal.
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