Vice-President of the Gambia
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Vice-President of the Gambia is the second highest political position in the Gambia. The Vice-President is appointed by the President and acts as constitutional successor of the President in case of a vacancy.
The republican Constitution of Gambia created the office of Vice-President in 1970. History of the office holders follows.
|Sheriff Mustapha Dibba||April 1970||1972|
|Assan Musa Camara||1972||1977|
|Alhajie Alieu Badara Njie||1977||1981|
|Assan Musa Camara||1977||May 1982|
|Bakary Bunja Darbo||May 1982||1992|
|Saihou Sabally||1992||July 1994||Deposed in a coup d'état|
|Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council||July 1994||October 1996||Vice chairmen of the council were Sanna Sabally and Edward Singhateh.|
|Vacant||October 1996||March 1997|
|Isatou Njie-Saidy||March 1997||Incumbent|