THE TESTIMONY OF THE BROTHER OF A VICTIM. LE TÉMOIGNAGE DU FRÈRE D'UNE VICTIME






English version

His name is Gilbert Nguema, his sister is the late Elizabeth Nwanda (previously spelled Ngouanda) who was tragically killed by Ali Bongo militias on 15 August 2012 in the Cocotiers neighborhood of Libreville. The video above is the testimony of the circumstances of the death of the young lady. Below is the English translation of this testimony and further down, this blog contrasts this testimony with the falsehoods behind spread by the regime claiming that this young and vibrant lady died of natural causes. As you can read below, there was nothing natural about the death of this young lady.

1. Translation of Gilbert Nguema's testimony

When I arrived, because I do not reside with my younger sister, I reside in Sotega and she stays in Nkembo. We have family ties. When I came in the morning, she called me and asked me to come babysit her kid. As I got there in the morning, she told me: "I am on my way to work". I asked her where did she work and she said that she works in Cocotiers. I said "let's go show me the location since you are my younger sister", she replied: "next time". Then at around 2:00-3:00 in the afternoon, I saw someone who informed me that my sister was bleeding. Suddenly when I arrived on the premises, I saw that she was agonizing and blood was coming out of her nose and mouth. I asked her: "sister what is going on?" She said that as she was closing her shop to come home, security forces shot tear gas to her face. As the tear gas canister hit her face, they started to beat her up. She fled toward home and when she got to Nkembo, she started to feel the symptoms. I immediately took a car with one of my cousin and tried to take her to get medical help. She was already dead by the time we got to Saint-Michel. I then felt her pulse and it was already too late. When we arrived at the CHL (Libreville's main hospital), I asked the lady: "is she going to be OK?" she replied: "no, she is long gone". That was it!

2. Comments by Le Gabon Enervant/Annoying Gabon

Dear readers, in a statement from the Ali Bongo regime, read on Gabonese television by Mathieu Koumba, the Gabonese health ministry said that the young woman, Elizabeth Nwanda, was known to be asthmatic and died "of natural causes".

Maybe the Ali Bongo regime has decided to give a new definition to the term: "death by natural causes". Most of us have a good idea of what it means to say that someone died of "natural cause", but to be absolutely sure we consulted the medical literature. According to the dictionary of pathology, "A natural death is a death that results from a natural disease process, distinct from a death that results from accident or violence." Therefore dear readers, let us recapitulate from the testimony of the young and courageous Gilbert Nguema:

a. Did Elizabeth Nwanda die as a result of a natural progression of a disease? Absolutely not!

b. Did she die as a result of violence inflicted upon her by Ali Bongo's security forces? Yes! She died because Ali Bongo's security forces shot tear gas in her face and they proceeded to beat her up.

Dear readers, as your intelligence can attest, it can hardly be said that our compatriot Elizabeth Nwanda succumbed due to natural causes. No that is a blatant lie. She died because Ali Bongo's security forces sent her to her death. No amount of lying is going to obscure that fact!


Version française

Son nom est Gilbert Nguema, sa sœur est la très regrettée Elizabeth Nwanda (épelée précédemment Ngouanda) qui a été assassinée par les milices d'Ali Bongo le 15 Août 2012, au quartier Cocotiers de Libreville. La vidéo ci-dessus est le témoignage des circonstances entourant la mort de la jeune dame. Ci-dessous, ce blog contraste ce témoignage avec les mensonges propagés par le régime faisant valoir que cette dame jeune et dynamique soit décédée de causes naturelles. Comme vous pouvez le lire ci-dessous, il n'y avait rien de naturel à la mort de cette jeune dame.


Commentaire par Le Gabon Enervant/Annoying Gabon

Chers lecteurs, dans une déclaration du régime Ali Bongo, lue à la télévision gabonaise par Mathieu Koumba, le ministère de la santé du Gabon a déclaré que la jeune femme, Elizabeth Nwanda, était connu pour être asthmatique et qu'elle était morte "de causes naturelles".

Peut-être que le régime Ali Bongo a décidé de donner une nouvelle définition au terme: "mort de causes naturelles". Nous avons tous une bonne idée de ce que cela signifie de dire que quelqu'un est mort de «causes naturelles», mais pour en être absolument sûr, nous avons consulté la littérature médicale. Selon le dictionnaire de la pathologie, «une mort naturelle est une mort qui résulte d'un processus de progression de maladie naturelle. Elle est distincte d'une mort qui résulte d'un accident ou de violence." Par conséquent, chers lecteurs, récapitulons en tenant compte du témoignage du jeune et courageux Gilbert Nguema:

a. Est-ce que Elizabeth Nwanda est morte à la suite d'une progression naturelle d'une maladie? Absolument pas!

b. Est-elle morte à la suite de violences qui lui ont été infligées par les forces de sécurité d'Ali Bongo? Oui! Elle est morte parce que les forces de sécurité d'Ali Bongo lui ont tiré du gaz lacrymogène dans le visage et ensuite l'ont tabassé.

Chers lecteurs, comme votre intelligence peut le saisir, il ne peut en aucun cas être dit que notre compatriote, Elisabeth Nwanda, a succombé en raison de causes naturelles. Non, ce n'est qu'un mensonge flagrant de trop. Elle est morte parce que les forces de sécurité d'Ali Bongo lui ont ôté la vie. Aucun mensonge ne viendrait obscurcir ce fait!

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