THE RESPONSE OF JEAN GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI TO THE DUNCES WHO STILL WANT TO GOVERN THE GABON. LA RÉPONSE DE JEAN-GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI AUX CANCRES QUI S’ÉVERTUENT À VOULOIR GOUVERNER LE GABON



Jean-Gaspard Ntoutoume-Ayi





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They are so predictable!

After the "Ivorian Hacker" who was able to hack hand written minutes...

After the multiple smartphones that caused the interruption of Internet in Gabon ...

Now it's Gabon Telecom, which needs to upgrade its computer network, which will cause disruptions of Internet ...

Why are they so Dumb!

What link is there between the computer network of Gabon Telecom, its retooling, and the Internet?

There are in Gabon four mobile operators for Internet access and several private operators with their own means of telecommunications, that are notably independent of Gabon Telecom.

Anyway ... Ladies and Gentlemen Distinguished Dunces, on 6 October 2016, the Gabonese will make you hear "The Sound of Silence".


Jean Gaspard Ntoutoume Ayi




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Comme ils sont prévisibles !

Après le "Hacker Ivoirien" qui a été capable de pirater des PVs manuscrits...

Après les multiples smartphones qui ont provoqué la coupure d'Internet au Gabon...

Maintenant c'est Gabon Télécom qui doit mettre à niveau son réseau informatique, ce qui va entraîner des perturbations sur Internet...

Pourquoi sont-ils à ce point Nuls !

Quel lien entre le réseau informatique de Gabon Télécom, sa mise à niveau, et Internet ?

Il y a au Gabon quatre opérateurs de téléphonie mobile permettant l'accès à Internet et plusieurs Opérateurs privés ayant des moyens de télécommunications propres, notamment indépendant de Gabon Télécom.

Bref... Mesdames et Messieurs les Cancres, le 06 octobre 2016, les Gabonais vous feront entendre "Le Bruit du Silence".


Jean Gaspard Ntoutoume Ayi

Comments

  1. I hear that that 14th of this month was the end of the mandate for Ali and the installation ceremony for the new President was "normally" supposed to have been effectuated only after this?
    If this is true, then has not Ali broken a few rules to get him installed as the President unanimously even before this earlier mandate gets over ?
    What has the opposition done to expose this ?

    It seems now the Presidency is also the port parole for Gabon Telecom ( which is by the way owned by the Moroccans )

    There is also talk on the street that Ali has emptied the coffers of all the banks for this election - especially BGFI and UGB (Moroccans). Is there no way these banks be subject to some audit or can we not access someone from these banks who could "share some concrete information" on the siphoning of money by the regime ?

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  2. A lot of what you are saying is true. I will look into it.

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