(LEFT) Nana-Jo Ndow, photographed in New York, holding a photograph of her father, Saul Ndow, a Gambian businessman. Saul was forcibly disappeared from Senegal in 2013 along with Gambian parliamentarian, Mahawa Cham. Witnesses at Gambia's Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) revealed that they had been abducted and taken over the border into the Gambia, where they were hacked to death at former Gambian president, Yahya Jammeh’s home village of Kanilai, by his hit-squad the 'Junglers'. Their bodies have yet to be found. The TRRC was set up to investigate human rights violations during former President Yahya Jammeh's era, revealing in its criminal liability report that Jammeh and his 'Junglers' were responsible for killing Saul Ndow, Mahawa Cham. Nanjo-Jo is co-founder of ANEKED - the African Network Against Extrajudicial Killings and Enforced Disappearances
(RIGHT) A crocodile pool in Kanilai, Jammeh's village, where victims were allegedly disposed of.