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GABON, A COUNTRY GOVERNED BY PROMISE! LE GABON, UN PAYS GOUVERNÉ PAR LA PROMESSE!

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      English version   Since 2009, the Ali Bongo regime has not been subtle: 5,000 social housing units per year; the universities of Oyem, Mouila and Port-Gentil; the 3 or 4 new hydroelectric dams; the new Libreville airport; the bay of kings; etc., etc. So many promises, but on the ground: zero!   The wise man warns us that the political promise is often to be taken with a grain of salt because it is a word on credit. You are asked to believe now and to verify the effectiveness of this promise in the future. Of course, the promise is one of the essential foundations of political communication. But in Gabon, there is an ocean between speech and action; because speech is hardly ever followed by its practical extension, that is to say, by acts.   In real countries, those in which the rulers are accountable to the population, the obligation of results makes the author of any political promise responsible for their commitment. It is not enough for someone to have intentio

A MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC CANNOT BE ABSENT FROM THE COUNTRY WITHOUT EXPLANATION! UN MINISTRE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE NE PEUT S’ABSENTER DU PAYS SANS EXPLICATION!

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A LITTLE CELINE DRESS FOR MORE THAN 2 MILLION CFA FRANCS! UNE PETITE ROBE CELINE DE PLUS DE 2 MILLIONS DE FRANCS CFA!

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  £2903.75 = 2,2 MILLIONS DE FRANCS CFA

A PEOPLE CANNOT BE PROPERLY GOVERNED WHILE BEING STEPPED ON! ON NE PEUT PAS GOUVERNER CONVENABLEMENT UN PEUPLE EN LE PIÉTINANT!

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          English version   Yesterday Wednesday, while the Gabonese people expected for a relaxation of the curfew in place to be announced, since according to the Copil, the incidences of Covid-19 cases are slowing, it is rather measures of tougher repression that were hammered out on television by an element of the Ministry of Defense.   The reigning system therefore continues to trample on the people. These Gabonese people who are revolting in their own way, peacefully, by ignoring the regime's injunctions, including that of getting vaccinated. This people who demand day after day the passage of Gabon to a democratic order, that guarantees of all human rights, freedom of expression, equality in access to State resources and the reduction corruption   In response, the Gabonese authorities are organizing the repression with the help of a justice system that is subservient to them. Several hundred men and women will be prosecuted, sentenced and certainly impri

JEAN-GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI SPEAKS! JEAN GASPARD NTOUTOUME-AYI S’EXPRIME!

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    To watch click  here  and here Pour regarder cliquer ici et ici

THIS IS SO RELEVANT FOR GABON! CECI EST TELLEMENT PERTINENT POUR LE GABON!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS TIRELESS GABONESE ACTIVIST! BRAVO À CET INFATIGABLE ACTIVISTE GABONAIS!

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    To watch click here Pour regarder cliquer ici

AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTRA-BONGO QUARREL! UNE ANALYSE DE LA QUERELLE INTRA-BONGO!

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    To read click here Pour lire cliquer ici

AQUATIC GABON! LE GABON AQUATIQUE!

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THIS IS GABON! ÇA C’EST LE GABON!

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GABON IS A MEDALIST AT THE OLYMPIADS OF ALCOHOLICS IN AFRICA! LE GABON EST SUR LE PODIUM AUX OLYMPIADES DES ALCOOLIQUES EN AFRIQUE!

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        English version   The WHO’s Global status report on alcohol and health of 2018 presented a comprehensive picture of alcohol consumption in all regions of the world, including in Africa.   The WHO ranks the amount of alcohol consumed by country and per capita, in alphabetical order so as not to offend the susceptibilities of African countries, as you can see above. It is therefore up to the readers of these reports to make the ranking.   After the name of each country, the next column is that of the quantities of alcohol consumed, calculated as the ratio of the total number of liters consumed divided by the total population.   The numbers tell us that the gold medal goes to Seychelles with 13.8 liters per capita. Nigeria is silver medalist with 13.4 liters per capita and then comes Gabon, the bronze medalist with 11.5 liters per capita.   Congratulations to Mr. Castel, who arrived in Gabon as a penniless adventurer in 1963, created Sobraga in 1965, and

ANOMALIES BETWEEN THE LIST OF THE TOP GOLD PRODUCING COUNTRIES AND THOSE WITH THE LARGEST GOLD RESERVES! ANOMALIES ENTRE LA LISTE DES PREMIERS PAYS PRODUCTEURS D’OR ET CEUX AYANT LES PLUS GRANDES RESERVES D’OR!

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THE ROAD OF OGOOUÉ-LOLO; THE SECOND FOOT OF THE BONGO REGIME! LA ROUTE DE L’OGOOUÉ-LOLO ; LE DEUXIÈME PIED DU RÉGIME BONGO!

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LESSON FOR THE GABONESE PEOPLE: LET'S CONTINUE TO RAISE OUR RURAL LIVESTOCK! LEÇON POUR LES GABONAIS : CONTINUONS NOTRE ÉLEVAGE RURAL !

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      English version   Dear readers, the economic consequences of the covid-19 pandemic are starting to be felt in the big countries that have been severely affected by this virus.   According to Bloomberg News, there is a massive chicken shortage brewing in the USA. The shortage is so wide and severe that the fast foot industry is afraid of the impact on their earnings. There is not enough chicken in the USA to satisfy the market demands. Why? Because not enough chickens were raised due to a closure of poultry farms after the pandemic was declared in the meat industry.   The same publication tells us that globally, the poultry production in 2021 might be reduced by between 25% and 50%. Dear readers, this means that the impact is not going to be felt only in the USA but also in the EU, Asia and Latin America. Since countries like Gabon import most of their chicken in frozen form from the west, there is likely to also be a shortage in Gabon and the consumer can anticipa

GABON NEEDS AN ANTI-OKOUKOUT VACCINE! LE GABON A BESOIN DU VACCIN ANTI-OKOUKOUT!

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        English version   Among the Fang-Beti, also globally called Ekang, the word okoukout designates: the fool, the moron, the naive, the careless, the silly, the idiot, the imbecile, the inept, the stupid, etc. But in the Fang tales, those which often feature “koul ba Nze” (the turtle and the panther); the turtle is often refined and intelligent over time and always wins in the end; while the panther, relying on its physical power and speed of execution, always puts itself in difficulty because this confidence in these capabilities makes it the okoukout par excellence: that is to say the archetype of someone who sees only their immediate gain and has the arrogance to believe themselves smarter than those who plan long term for the good of the community. The Gabonese political community is similar to this allegory; it is a landmark for okoukouts who do not know it, because they are blinded by their arrogance and illusion of eternal power.   Grammatically, okoukout