The Gambia has cautioned its expelled pioneer Yahya Jammeh not to attempt to get back from his outcast in Equatorial Guinea.
Mr Jammeh’s wellbeing couldn’t be ensured on the off chance that he returned without consent, an administration representative told the BBC.
A representative for Mr Jammeh’s gathering said he could land back whenever.
The Gambia’s neighbors constrained Mr Jammeh into oust in Equatorial Guinea after he would not acknowledge his destruction in decisions in December 2016.
Having held onto power in an upset in the well known traveler goal in 1994, he proceeded to hold normal decisions, however was later blamed for human rights manhandles, including extrajudicial killings, torment and subjective detainment.
These have been publicized over the previous year at formal conferences of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) set up by his successor, President Adama Barrow.
Mr Jammeh has declined to co-work with the commission.