The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) report submission on Friday has been postponed. 

No reason was given for the postponement. 

The highly anticipated report of the Commission will include recommendations for prosecution of human rights violators during the Jammeh dictatorship. 

The report will now be presented at a date yet to be established after consultation between the TRRC and the Ministry of Justice, according to The Standard.

Supporters of the former president Yahya Jammeh on Monday submitted a petition to the Ministry of Justice urging the government to disregard the commission’s report.

Sheriff Kijera, chairperson of the Victims Centre, has warned President Barrow to be wary of the dangers APRC and the threat it posed to the country’s peace and stability.

“President Barrow should be very aware of the dangers associated with working with APRC and the possible return of Jammeh in this country. 

“It will be a big blow to the entire transition process. I advise him not to sacrifice the interest of this country for his political gains,” Kijera said. 

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