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WE MAY SOON LEARN THAT MOROCCO WOULD BECOME THE WORLD'S LEADING IBOGA PRODUCER? NOUS RISQUONS D’APPRENDRE DANS QUELQUES TEMPS QUE LE MAROC SERAIT DEVENU LE PREMIER PRODUCTEUR MONDIAL D’IBOGA !

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WHY DO AFRICANS ALWAYS ALLOW THEMSELVES TO BE TRAMPLED ON? POURQUOI LES AFRICAINS ACCEPTENT-ILS TOUJOURS DE SE RABAISSER ?

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    English version   Less than 10 days ago, Israeli Ambassador to Ethiopia, Burundi and Chad, Aleli Admasu presented his credentials to the Chairman of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, for his country being granted observer’s membership in the African Union.   As a reminder, no African country is an observer member of a regional organization specific to an area outside Africa. No head of an African central bank sits on the board of a European central bank; however, Europeans have seats on the boards of the African Development Bank and African regional central banks.   Why do Africans like to be humiliated by conceding to others privileges that these people would never grant Africans? Why ?         Version française   Il y a moins de 10 jours, l'ambassadeur israélien en Ethiopie, Burundi et Chad, Aleli Admasu a présenté ses lettres de créances au président de la Commission de l'UA, Moussa Faki Mahamat, pour l’adhésion de son pays comme membr

IT IS ONLY IN THE SO CALLED AFRICAN OIL EMIRATES THAT LEADERS CELEBRATE AGREEMENTS WITH THE IMF! IL N’Y A QUE DANS LES SUPPOSÉS ÉMIRATS PÉTROLIERS AFRICAINS OÙ LES DIRIGEANTS CÉLÈBRENT LES ACCORDS AVEC LE FMI !

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AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE! UN IMPORTANT MESSAGE !

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WHAT GABONESE LAW ALLOWS A MINISTER OF WATERS AND FORESTS TO IMPOSE A PERSONAL MEDICAL IMPERATIVE ON THEIR AGENTS? QUELLE LOI GABONAISE PERMET À UN MINISTRE DES EAUX ET FORÊTS D’IMPOSER À SES AGENTS UN IMPÉRATIF MÉDICAL PERSONNEL ?

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WHILE THE BONGO ARE TAKING DELIVERY OF MAYBACHS BY CARGO PLANE, THIS IS THE REALITY OF GABONESE STUDENTS! PENDANT QUE LES BONGO SE FONT LIVRER DES MAYBACHS PAR AVION CARGO, VOICI LA RÉALITÉ DES ÉTUDIANTS GABONAIS !

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COULD THE BONGOS TELL US WHERE THEIR FORTUNE COMES FROM? LES BONGO PEUVENT-ILS NOUS DIRE D’OU PROVIENT LEUR FORTUNE?

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    English version   Sylvia Bongo has just had a Maybach 4X4 vehicle delivered, the price of which is over 100 million CFA francs. The question that all Gabonese must ask themselves is that of knowing where the Bongos find this money, in a country where the roads, schools and hospitals are underfunded?   For example, the British Royal family is one of the richest families in the world; but British citizens know exactly where this money is coming from. One of the main sources of annual income for the British crown is the "sovereign grant" paid to them by the British State. This grant is used to pay for the official functions of members of the Royal family, their official trips, the official receptions they organize and the upkeep of the royal palaces. The total amount of this subsidy is 95 million euros, or 62 billion CFA francs per year. For the English, things are clear.   In Gabon, an underdeveloped country that lacks almost everything, the Bongos, who are in

WHAT KIND OF COUNTRY IS THIS? QU’EST-CE QUE CE PAYS ?

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ONE OF THE BETTER DEBATES BETWEEN GABONESE! UN DES MEILLEURS DÉBAT ENTRE GABONAIS!

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SYLVIA BONGO'S PRIORITIES: WHILE THE GABONESE SUFFER, SHE IS TAKING DELIVERY BY CARGO PLANE OF THE LASTEST MAYBACH 4X4! LES PRIORITÉS DE SYLVIA BONGO : PENDANT QUE LES GABONAIS SOUFFRENT, ELLE SE FAIT LIVRER PAR AVION CARGO LE DERNIER MAYBACH 4X4!

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IT RAINS NEVERTHELESS 9 OUT OF 12 MONTHS! IL PLEUT POURTANT 9 MOIS SUR 12!

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AFTER SENEGAL, IT IS SOUTH AFRICA TURN TO ANNOUNCE THE PRODUCTION ANTI-COVID VACCINES. THE GABONESE CIRMF IS STILL MUTE! APRÈS LE SÉNÉGAL, VOICI L’AFRIQUE DU SUD QUI VA PRODUIRE DES VACCINS ANTI-COVID. LE CIRMF GABONAIS EST TOUJOURS MUET!

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L'UNION

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ABOUT THE COST OF LIVING! À PROPOS DE LA VIE CHÈRE !

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HOWEVER IT RAINS 9 MONTHS OUT OF 12! CEPENDANT IL PLEUT 9 MOIS SUR 12

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L'UNION

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HOW CAN A MINISTER SAY THAT THE CUSTOMARY RIGHTS TO OWNERSHIP DO NOT EXIST IN GABON, WHEN THE TEXTS CLEARLY DEMONSTRATE THE CONTRARY? COMMENT UN MINISTRE PEUT-IL AFFIRMER QUE LE DROIT COUTUMIER À LA PROPRIÉTÉ N’EXISTE PAS AU GABON, ALORS QUE LES TEXTES DÉMONTRENT CLAIREMENT LE CONTRAIRE ?

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  To read click here Pour lire cliquer ici       English version   On a television broadcast, Gabon’s Minister of Housing, Abel Nang Ekomiye, loudly asserted that in Gabon, customary property law does not exist! It is Leon Mba who must be turning in his grave, he who, in 1938, published his Essay on Pahouin Customary Law. In this work, Leon Mba lays the academic foundations of a customary judicial system that the colonial power should take into account and fully integrate into the judicial system of French Equatorial Africa.   It is ironic to note that in 2021, a true Gabonese would come to deny the existence of customary jurisprudence on land ownership in Gabon. But we offer you for reading, a work published in 2015, which contradicts Mr. Abel Nang Ekomiye. In this document, you will see that texts do exist in Gabon which allow customary law to be incorporated into property.         Version française   Lors d’une émission télévisée, le ministre Gabonai

THE BIG MOUTHS OF EMERGENCE ARE NEVER WHERE WE EXPECT THEM! LES GRANDES GUEULES DE L’ÉMERGENCE NE SONT JAMAIS LÀ OÙ ON LES ATTEND !

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  English version   Dear readers, the above images are not of day laborers who are picked up on a street corner for a one-time, one day, of very poorly paid rough labor. No, these images show you the ordeal of high school students of Medouneu, embarking to take the baccalaureate exam at the Oyem examination center.   When looking at the transportation conditions, one can only worry about their accommodation conditions in Oyem. What are they going to eat? Maybe their mom packed them some little treats. But most importantly, these images allow us to assess what the concept of equal opportunities is in the land of the Bongos.   The sad thing is that the Ali Bongo regime requires these young people to have the baccalaureate with an average of 12/20 if they can claim to be supported in their higher education. How can one go and pass the baccalaureate under such conditions and come back with excellent results in a systematic way?   May those who like to sing the praises o

GABON IS A FANTASTIC COUNTRY: COPS ARE NOW BANNED FROM TREATMENT IN MILITARY HOSPITALS! LE GABON EST UN PAYS FANTASTIQUE : LES POLICIERS DESORMAIS INTERDITS DE SE SOIGNER DANS LES HÔPITAUX MILITAIRES!

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STRANGELY, IN THIS QUESTION LEE WHITE IS SAYING ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! BIZARREMENT, DANS CE DOSSIER LEE WHITE NE DIT ABSOLUMENT RIEN !

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HERE IS WHAT A GABONESE WHO CHOSES TO TAKE IHIS DESTINY IN HIS OWN HANDS IS CAPABLE OF! VOICI DE QUOI EST CAPABLE UN GABONAIS AYANT CHOISI DE PRENDRE EN MAIN SON DESTIN !

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THE PASTEUR INSTITUTE OF DAKAR IS SET TO PRODUCE A VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19. BUT WHAT IS THE CIRMF OF GABON DOING? L’INSTITUT PASTEUR DE DAKAR S’APPRÊTE À PRODUIRE UN VACCIN CONTRE LA COVID-19. MAIS QUE FAIT DONC LE CIRMF DU GABON ?

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    To read click here Pour lire cliquer ici         Traduction française   Afrique : l'Institut Pasteur de Dakar est prêt à produire un vaccin « made in Sénégal » en 2022   Par Cristiano Antonino     Au Sénégal, la production d'un vaccin anti-Covid est imminente : d'ici la fin de l'année prochaine, le laboratoire pharmaceutique belge Univercells transférera ses technologies pour commencer à produire les sérums localement.   Le Sénégal pourrait commencer à produire ses propres vaccins Covid-19 d'ici la fin de l'année prochaine dans le cadre d'un accord avec la société pharmaceutique belge Univercells. C'est ce qu'a rapporté le journal sénégalais Le Quotidien, qui a cité une source ayant participé aux travaux menant à l'accord selon l'agence de presse Reuters.   En avril, selon la même source, la société belge a signé un accord d'intention avec l'Institut Pasteur de la capitale Dakar. L'accord in

IN FULL OPERATION, “FREE THE SIDEWALKS”, A "MORE GABONESE THAN US" BUILDS A WALL ON THE PUBLIC ROADS WITHOUT BEING WORRIED! EN PLEINE OPÉRATION « LIBÉREZ LES TROTTOIRS », UN « PLUS GABONAIS QUE NOUS » DRESSE UN MUR SUR LA VOIE PUBLIQUE, SANS ÊTRE INQUIÉTÉ !

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THE BIG MOUTHS OF EMERGENCE ARE NEVER WHERE WE EXPECT THEM! LES GRANDES GUEULES DE L’ÉMERGENCE NE SONT JAMAIS LÀ OÙ ON LES ATTEND !

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        English Version   The World Health Organization (WHO) has just published an overview of the vaccine industry in Africa. This study was done to evaluate the capacity of Africa to be able to manufacture its own vaccines, given what happened with the Covid-19 pandemic as Africa had to wait for vaccines to come from outside the continent.   That study found that only 7 countries (South-Africa, Senegal, Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, Nigeria and Tunisia) have companies able to manufacture and distribute vaccines. Of these countries, only one, Senegal, exports a WHO pre-qualified vaccine (against yellow fever) around the world.   This production capacity accounts for only 1% of Africa’s Vaccine needs. African vaccine’s needs are estimated at $1.3B a year, and are expected to double by 2030. To become self-sufficient in health care, Africa must build its own pharmaceutical industry.   Dear readers, where is Gabon in all of this? What do those who say that Gabon will

THE AVERAGE GABONESE, EVEN AS THEY STRUGGLE, COULD IMPROVE THEIR FINANCIAL SITUATION BY APPLYING THESE SIMPLE PRINCIPLES! LE GABONAIS MOYEN, MÊME DANS LA DIFFICULTÉ, POURRAIT AMÉLIORER SA SITUATION FINANCIÈRE EN APPLIQUANT CES PRINCIPES SIMPLES!

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    English Version   A reader asked us to give them some ideas that could lead them to improve their financial situation. Here are our suggestions.   1.        Do not spend more than you earn. This is the biggest reasons why even some very high-income people go broke. Do not try to act rich and show the world that you have money; this is the surest way to go bankrupt.   2.        Do not borrow more than you can pay back. debt is very dangerous   3.        Don’t spend too much money on depreciating assets, like cars, clothes etc., but on things that gain value over time like real estate.   4.        Don’t spend too much time with toxic people who have failed in life, and spend a lot of time with more positive people who are successful.   5.        Engage in lifelong learning. Read a lot.   6.        Save and invest your money for the long run, be patient.   These are just some idea         Version française   Un lecteur nous a demandé de

REGARDING TOTAL GABON! À PROPOS DE TOTAL GABON !

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THE OKOUKOUT DANSE, IN THE STRICT OBSERVANCE OF THE DISTANCIATION MEASURES! LA DANSE DES OKOUKOUTS, DANS LE STRICTE RESPECT DES MESURES BARRIÈRES !

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IN A COUNTRY WHERE OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENTS ARE NEVER DONE, HERE IS ONE THAT COMES OFF THE BEATENED TRAILS! DANS UN PAYS OÙ ON NE FAIT JAMAIS DES BILANS OBJECTIFS, EN VOILA UN QUI SORT DES SENTIERS BATTUS!

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THE MYTH OF THE BILLIONAIRE WHO DIDN'T ATTEND A UNIVERSITY! LE MYTHE DU MILLIARDAIRE QUI N’A PAS ÉTÉ À L’UNIVERSITÉ !

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      English Version   Many Africans have the annoying habit of repeating things they hear, without checking them. This is how we often hear Africans say that education is useless; more specifically university education, because the richest people in this world don't have a college education. Here we want to check if this statement is true.   We will look at the educational attainment of the 10 richest Africans in Forbes ranking.     1)    Aliko Dangote (Nigeria) Net worth: $11.3 billion (2021) Age: 63 University: bachelor's degree in business from Al-Azhar University, in Cairo, Egypt   2) Nassef Sawiris (Egypt) Net worth: $8.12 billion (2021) Age: 59 University: bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Chicago   3) Nicky Oppenheimer (South Africa) Net worth: $8 billion (2021) Age: 75 University: Master’s in philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford.   4) Johann Rupert (South Africa) Net worth: $