THE BONGO REGIME IS GOING FROM ABOMINATIONS TO ABOMINATIONS! LE RÉGIME BONGO VA D’ABOMINATIONS EN ABOMINATIONS!
English version In African cultures, there is nothing more sacred than death. In the African cosmogony, life does not end with death. On the contrary, to die means to go and join the ancestors who are the guardians of the clan, the tribe and of the traditions. So, death is not an end but rather a beginning. Funeral rites therefore represent in Africa, the portals through which the living prepare the dead to join their ancestors. Therefore, disrupting mourning or not allowing a dead person to receive the burial due to them, are unforgivable transgressions. To die is therefore not to disappear, but rather to change dimension; to become a spirit, an ancestor. For this transition to take place, during the funeral, the body must be watched over, celebrated; both to pay tribute to deceased; but also to assert their social anchoring so that the ancestors would welcome them in the best possible conditions. But in Gabon, the abominable Bongo dictato