Gambian President Yahya Jammeh will be "strongly sanctioned" if he tries to stay in power,. That's the warning from the UN's regional envoy, Mohammed Ibn Chambas.
Ibm Chambas also called on the Gambian army to leave the country's electoral commission office, which it seized on Tuesday.
He described the seizure as an "outrageous act of disrespect for the will of the Gambian people".
Jammeh initially conceded defeat to Adama Barrow before changing his mind.
Meanwhile leaders of the Economic Community of West African States including President Muhammadu Buhari will continue discussions on the impasse on Saturday in Abuja.