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DID YOU KNOW THAT A 13-HECTARE PLOT OF LAND BY THE SEA IN PORT-GENTIL, WAS WORTH 20 MILLION EUROS ? SAVIEZ-VOUS QU’UN TERRAIN DE 13 HECTARES AU BORD DE LA MER À PORT-GENTIL, VALAIT 20 MILLIONS D’EUROS ?

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    English version   A company called Titane Constructions, led by the Frenchman Mehdi Hamel, has just called on the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration of Ohada, against Orabank in Gabon, for the auction of a 13-hectare plot of land estimated at nearly 20 million euros, or more than 13 billion CFA francs. That is, this land is worth 1 billion per hectare. Dear Gabonese, then they will tell you that your land is worthless!   Titane Constructions had acquired this land to participate in the plan to build 5000 homes per year launched in 2009 by Ali Bongo. Mehdi Hamel turned to Orabank Gabon, led at the time by Rose Kayi Mivedor, the current Togolese Minister of Investment Promotion. The two parties had then concluded in 2016 a loan of 3 million euros running over thirty-six months for the servicing and backfilling of the land.   But Ali Bongo's project being stillborn, the repayment of this loan did not follow and the bank launched in 2018 a tendering procedure o

THE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA CASE CONFIRMS THAT GABON REMAINS IN THE MIDDLE AGES! L’AFFAIRE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA NOUS CONFIRME QUE LE GABON RESTE AU MOYEN ÂGE !

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    English version   Imagine a former President of the National Assembly of France or the USA, forced to travel carrying on himself 2 million euros or dollars in his luggages, because he could not trust the banking system of the country whose parliament he led for two decades. No one would understand that; worse, in the West they would never tolerate this, at a time when cash is being replaced by virtual money (credit cards, electronic transfers by phones, cryptocurrencies). As usual, Africa is lagging far behind in the security of financial exchanges, as regimes want to control the movement of money and thus limit the financial capabilities of their adversaries.   In the West, a former President of the National Assembly is first and foremost a high clerk of the State, whose career is often prestigious, who will enjoy an often comfortable retirement and whose accounts can never be frozen under any pretext by a regime whose opinions he no longer shares.   In Gabon in pa

BERTRAND ZIBI-ABEGHE'S SHOCKING REVELATIONS DURING A RELIGIOUS SERVICE IN HIS BIRTH VILLAGE! LES REVÉLATIONS CHOCS DE BERTRAND ZIBI-ABEGHE, LORS D’UN SERVICE RELIGIEUX DANS SON VILLAGE NATAL !

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    English version   During a religious service in his native village of Bolossiville in Minvoul, Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe, speaking in Fang, made revelations that we leave to your appreciation.   1.Before his release, he would have received in prison the visit of Brice Oligui, the boss of the Republican Guards, who put before him a rather strange proposal. 2.Brice Oligui reportedly told him that Ali Bongo was offering him a deal: to have him appointed Vice-President of the Gabonese Republic, against a letter of apology from Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe to Ali Bongo; in which he would thank him and disavow himself. 3.As an aside, the regime offered him several billions CFA francs to make him forget the 6 years in prison. 4.Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe claims to have refused this offer because he knew that after writing this letter, it would be published in the entire press and he would be liquidated after being discredited. 5.Bertrand Zibi-Abeghe also revealed that he was neither Fran

AND THE CONGOLESE ARE GETTING INVOLVED! ET LES CONGOLAIS S’EN MÊLENT !

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THE BONGO REGINE ONCE AGAIN IS PICKING ON CONGO ! LE REGIME BONGO S’EN PREND ENCORE AU CONGO !

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AN AFRICAN ANALYSIS ! UNE ANALYSE AFRICAINE !

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TO DIE IN POWER; A POEM BY A BURKINABE AUTHOR ! MOURIR AU POUVOIR ; UN POÈME D’UN AUTEUR BURKINABÈ !

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    English version   By the wind of "national independence", They arrived as "liberating patriots", "Fathers of the Nation"; The people applauded!   By iron and blood, Others arrived as "revolutionary vigilantes", "National Helmsmen", "Enlightened Guides"; The people applauded vigorously.   But suddenly, all of them had the same dream: To die in power! And then began the tragedy of mediocracy!   To contain the anger of the disillusioned people, They surrounded themselves with servile and infamous generals; The People's Army became a family guard, On the payroll of a power forever hereditary.   To build them the bed of unremovability, They bought mediocre intellectuals; The joy in the belly, the mouth stinking of lies, They did so by fighting over the cake’s crumbs.   To perpetuate their reign, They turned their people into electoral cattle. And "waiting for

WHAT IS NOUREDDIN BONGO-VALENTIN’S RANK IN THE PROTOCOL ORDER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF GABON ? QUELLE EST LA PLACE DE NOUREDDIN BONGO-VALENTIN DANS L’ORDRE PROTOCOLAIRE DES AFFAIRES ÉTRANGÈRES DU GABON ?

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THIS IS HOW GABONESE ARE BEING ROBBED IN THEIR COUNTRY, WITH THE COMPLICITY OF THEIR OWN AUTHORITIES! VOICI COMMENT LES GABONAIS SE FONT SPOLIER DANS LEUR PAYS, AVEC LA COMPLICITÉ DE LEURS PROPRES AUTORITÉS !

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LIKE THE ARTIST, ALI BONGO WANTS TO PERISH ON STAGE! COMME L’ARTISTE, ALI BONGO TIENT À PÉRIR SUR SCÈNE !

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    English version   When we observe ali Bongo's pitiful performance at the United Nations podium in New York, we can only come to one conclusion: this man and his family have a dream: both to die in power and like a great artist, to collapse on the public stage similar to Molière, during a great international summit. He tried in Riyadh, he is trying again by dragging himself from London to New York, despite all the external signs that this man should rest for the rest of his life.   Ali Bongo and his relatives are expressing before us an actor’s vanity that suits their ambition to lead Gabon in perpetuity, despite the fact that today, Ali Bongo finally and physically embodies only the decay of a country that his family has ruined, made sclerotic and destroyed. Gabon deserves much better than this lamentable spectacle!       Version française   Quand on observe la pitoyable performance d’Ali Bongo a la tribune des Nations-Unis a New-York, on ne peut arriver

CAN GABON FINALLY BECOME A STATE GOVERNED BY THE RULE OF LAW? LE GABON PEUT-IL ENFIN DEVENIR UN ÉTAT DE DROIT ?

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SYLVIA BONGO TAKES CONTROL OF PUBLIC WORKS! SYLVIA BONGO PREND LE CONTRÔLE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS!

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    English version   Ali Bongo has just decided to dissolve the Ministry of Public Works of Gabon, whose services will now be attached to the Prime Minister under the leadership of Prime Minister, Rose Christiane Ossouka-Raponda.   According to some indiscretions, it is in anticipation of the presidential election of 2023 and the public works that should be undertaken for this purpose, that the ruling family has decided to take control of these activities, and therefore also to manage the huge financial windfall that will allow them to gorge themselves very well.   Rose Christiane Ossouka-Raponda obeys Sylvia Bongo's at every signals; so it is Sylvia Bongo the new Gabonese Minister of Public Works. We already imagine that it is Sylvia Bongo who will now directly manage the purse dedicated to the roads of Gabon. The price per kilometer of road is likely to increase because living in London is very expensive!   In a normal country, one cannot dissolve a ministeri

WHILE GABON CONTINUES TO SLIDE DOWN, ALI BONGO GOES, WITH WARM TEARS, MOURN THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND ! PENDANT QUE LE GABON CONTINUE DE S’ENLISER, ALI BONGO VA, À CHAUDES LARMES, PLEURER LA REINE D’ANGLETERRE!

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    English version   When Ali Bongo will pass away, this blog promises you that no member of the royal family of England will make the trip to Libreville. For the funeral of the Queen of England in London, only 3 African heads of state made the trip: Cyril Ramaphosa from South Africa, a country that is a former British colony and has a long history with England; Nana Akufo-Addo the President of Ghana, a former British colony with a long history with England; and finally the limping Ali Bongo, President of Gabon, a country that has never been colonized by England and has no common history with England. What did Ali Bongo and his wife go there for? Only themselves could answer you!       Version française   Quand Ali Bongo trépassera, ce blog vous promet qu’aucun membre de la famille royale d’Angleterre ne fera le déplacement de Libreville. Pour les obsèques de la reine d’Angleterre a Londres, seuls 3 chefs d’Etat Africains ont fait le déplacement : Cyril Ramaphosa d

THE INCONSISTENCIES IN THE STATEMENT OF THE DEPUTY PUBLIC PROSECUTOR ON THE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA CASE! LES INCOHÉRENCES DE LA DÉCLARATION DU SUBSTITUT DU PROCUREUR DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE AU SUJET DE L’AFFAIRE GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA!

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    English version   The wisdom of our country tells us that to know that someone is lying to you, ask them the same question in several different ways and they will necessarily contradict themself in their answers, because there is no perfect lie. Only the truth is perfect and unique; the lie is adjustable and variable according to the circumstances. The account of the deputy public prosecutor is a lie; Here is the proof:   1.The prosecutor insinuates that the suitcases were with Mr Guy Nzouba-Ndama, in his Pajero vehicle. But the videos show us that the suitcases in question were hollowed out in the back of a white pick-up vehicle. When it comes to justice, precision is paramount. If the suitcases were in the Pajero vehicle, how did they end up in the back of the pickup? If Mr. Guy Nzouba-Ndama's suitcases were moved from the Pajero vehicle to the pick-up, what proves to us that the suitcases appearing at the back of the pick up are those that were extracted from the

GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA, A SERIE C ACTOR ! GUY NZOUBA-NDAMA, UN ACTEUR DE SERIE C !

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    English version   Dear readers, the above video is just a staging. Guy Nzouba-Ndama is only a poor actor, just as much as these gendarmes searching his suitcases. This catch has been arranged; and Guy Nzouba-Ndama plays a role according to a well-defined script.       Version française   Chers lecteurs, la vidéo ci-dessus n’est qu’une mise en scène. Guy Nzouba-Ndama n’est qu’un piètre acteur, tout autant que ces gendarmes fouillant ses valises. Cette prise a été arrangée ; et Guy Nzouba-Ndama joue un rôle selon un script bien déterminé.

WHY IS GABON POOR, COMPARED TO OTHERCOUNTRIES THAT HAVE LESS POTENTIAL? POURQUOI LES GABON EST PAUVRE, COMPARE A D’AUTRES PAYS AYANT UN BIEN MOINDRE POTENTIEL ?

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    English version   One reader asked us to try to explain why Gabon, given its potential, was nonetheless a very poor country. Below is our simple answer.   When one looks at Gabon, it is a very poor country, despite its immensely rich potential. It is because Gabon, since 1967, has never had a leadership that wasn’t corrupt. The money that is allocated to the government is spent on things which are not even relevant compared to some more serious issues that should be tackled such building the infrastructure, roads, bridges, hospitals, schools etc.   The regime that leads Gabon has no direction or idea where it is going and how to get there. This means that Gabon produces nothing except for minerals, and has no competitive advantage compared to other countries who have adopted new technologies and understand the new economy that operates based on added value and intellectual property output.   Gabon is essentially a technological illiterate country. The export ind

THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN GABON! LE SYSTEME JUDICIAIRE AU GABON!

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    English version   Dear readers, beyond the festivities of each other expressing with reason their satisfaction with the release of our compatriot Bertrand Zibi who has just served an inexplicable sentence of 6 years in prison for purely political reasons, this blog wanted to look at the role of justice in Gabon and how it is applied to citizens.   The Zibi case allows us to question, whatever the angle from which it is viewed, the true place occupied by the judicial institution in our society, but especially in the political landscape. This undeniably leads us to question the independence of this judiciary. Is it the one that protects the rights and freedoms of the citizen, or the one that is instrumentalized by the regime to break all those who could potentially threaten this regime?   We note that all the elements in the Zibi case, from the beginning to his release, adjoined to each other chronologically, inform us about the fact that the Gabonese justice system i