Former president of The Gambia, Yahyah Jammeh left the country aboard a private jet owned by All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
According to The Nation, Tinubu authorised that his private aircraft be used to fly Jammeh out of Banjul.
After refusing to vacate office for several days, Jammeh yielded to last-minute pressure from Guinean President Alpha Conde and his Mauritanian counterpart, Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz and stepped down as president.
After agreeing to leave, Jammeh was confronted with the challenge of how to leave the country.
The leaders reached out to Tinubu over his VP-CBT Falcon Jet.
Tinubu reportedly gave a condition: it should only be used “if it will facilitate the quick exit of Jammeh and lead to the restoration of peace and democracy in The Gambia”.
Jammeh flew out with his wife, mother and President Conde