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"It has been confirmed by technicians in the ministry of finance and the Central Bank of the Gambia." He said Mr Jammeh had made off with nearly 500 million dalasis ($11.3m) in the past two weeks alone. "That's a lot of money, considering that we spend about 200 million dalasis on required expenditure ครีมบํารุงผิวหน้า 10 อันดับ relating to payment of civil service and so forth," Mr Fatty told the BBC. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Adama Barrow, centre, says he intends to investigate allegations of human rights abuses during Mr Jammeh's time in office Mr Fatty said officials at The Gambia's main airport had been told not to let any of Mr Jammeh's belongings leave the country. However, two Rolls-Royces and a Bentley were flown out over the weekend, and 10 others were at the airport waiting to go, reports the BBC's Umaru Fofana from Banjul. Reports said some of the former leader's goods were in Guinea where Mr Jammeh had stopped on his journey into exile. Media captionYahya Jammeh withdrew nearly 500m dalasis from the government in a two-week period, President Adama Barrow's adviser says So where is Mr Jammeh now? Mr Jammeh is reported to now be in Equatorial Guinea, although authorities there have not confirmed it. Image caption Mr Jammeh's name was engraved on the headrests of presidential vehicles He is suspected to have business interests in the oil-rich state, and is likely to be protected by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema. The president has ruled the central African country since 1979, and is seen to be authoritarian, like Mr Jammeh. Equatorial Guinea does not recognise the International Criminal Court (ICC) and has weak civil society and opposition groups, reducing the chances of the government coming under pressure to hand over Mr Jammeh to either the ICC or Mr Barrow's government for prosecution.