Vice-President of the Gambia

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Vice-President of the Gambia is the second highest political position in the Gambia.[1] The Vice-President is appointed by the President and acts as constitutional successor of the President in case of a vacancy.[2]

The republican Constitution of Gambia created the office of Vice-President in 1970. History of the office holders follows.

Name Inaugurated Left Office Notes
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


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