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RICHARD MOULOMBA HAS PASSED AWAY! RICHARD MOULOMBA EST DÉCÉDÉ !

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LORD EKOMY-NDONG ON AFRICA 24 ! LORD EKOMY-NDONG SUR GABON 24 !

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A COMPATRIOT PRESENTS THE ROAD THAT SHOULD RELIEVE CONGESTION IN AKANDA ! UN COMPATRIOTE PRÉSENTE LA ROUTE QUI DEVRAIT DÉSENGORGER AKANDA !

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REGARDING THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE TAKING PLACE IN GABON ! À PROPOS DU DIALOGUE NATIONAL AYANT LIEU AU GABON !

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WHY NOT HOLD THESE PEOPLE TO ACCOUNT? POURQUOI NE PAS DEMANDER DES COMPTES À CES GENS ?

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WHY NOT JUST GO TO THE ELECTION ? POURQUOI NE PAS SIMPLEMENT SE SOUMETTRE À L’ÉLECTION ?

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WHY OTHERS EASILY SUCCEED WHERE WE THINK IT'S IMPOSSIBLE ? POURQUOI LES AUTRES RÉUSSISSENT FACILEMENT LÀ OÙ NOUS PENSONS QUE C’EST IMPOSSIBLE ?

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      English Version   The picture above shows hydroelectric Hoover Dam, located at the border of Nevada and Arizona in the USA. It was built from 1931 to 1936 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a cost of $ 49 million (29 billion CFAF), during the great depression in the USA.   This dam is built on Lake Mead, an artificial lake built by the US government for this purpose; and has a capacity of producing 2080 megawatt (MW) of electricity. Today Hoover Dam generates electricity for   Hoover Dam generates, on average, about 4 billion kilowatt-hours of hydroelectric power each year for use in Nevada, Arizona, and California - enough to serve 1.3 million people.   Compared to many Gabonese rivers, Lake mead is nothing and dozens of Hoover Dams could be built in Gabon. If Gabon had only 2 Hoover Dams, there would be enough energy for the entire population in all 9 provinces.   But in today’s situation, the Kingu é l é dam in Gabon produces 57.6-MW hydropower. T

KUDOS TO DR. LOUMA; A TRUE PATRIOT! BRAVO AU DOCTEUR LOUMA ; UN VRAI PATRIOTE !

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    English Version   Many people talk about patriotism, even claim to be patriots and shout it loud and clear. But few people live it and demonstrate it.   Patriotism is supposed to be the feeling and demonstration of one's love for one's country. To be patriotic is to fight for one's country, on whatever front.   On Sunday, April 14, 2024, in the program "Plateau Spécial" on Gabon 1ère, they dealt with the problem of the scourge of drugs that now threatens Gabonese youth.   After an hour and 30 minutes of broadcast, Dr. Louma burst the abscess by demanding that the CTRI acts against those who have been involved in drug trafficking. Especially:   1.             Maixent Accrombessi who had been caught red-handed with the Gabonese presidential plane in Cotonou, carrying drugs and prostitutes. 2.             The charges against Noureddin and Sylvia Bongo indicate that they engaged in drug trafficking.   Faced with this explosive indictm

IF ONLY GABON HAD SUPPORTED ITS ONCE VIBRANT COCOA SECTOR! SI SEULEMENT LE GABON AVAIT SOUTENU SA JADIS VIBRANTE FILLIÈRE CACAO!

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    Traduction française   Les prix du cacao et du café ont bondi. Le changement climatique les fera encore grimper. Certains chocolatiers et cafetiers disent qu'ils devront répercuter le surcoût sur les consommateurs   Par Joseph Hoppe et Giulia Petroni Publi é dans The Wall Street Journal le 11 avril 2024     Les prix mondiaux du cacao et du café montent en flèche alors que les phénomènes météorologiques violents entravent la production dans des régions clés, soulevant des questions de la ferme à la table sur les dommages à long terme que le changement climatique pourrait avoir sur les matières premières agricoles.   La culture du cacao et du café nécessite des conditions de température, d'eau et de sol très spécifiques. Aujourd'hui, les vagues de chaleur plus fréquentes, les fortes pluies et les sécheresses, endommagent les récoltes et paralysent les approvisionnements dans un contexte de demande toujours croissante de la part des clients du mo

WHY ARE WE STILL SO POOR? MIT ANSWERS ! POURQUOI SOMMES NOUS TOUJOURS SI PAUVRES ? LE MIT RÉPOND !

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WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT? QUI L’EUT CRU?

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NO, WHAT YOU ARE SAYING IS NOT ACCURATE! NON, CE QUE VOUS DITES N’EST PAS EXACT !

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    English version   The organizers of the Inclusive National Dialogue underway in Gabon have decided to restrict journalists' access to the sessions. They are wrong; they are mistaken; They're shooting themselves in the foot.   Ms. Murielle Minkoue-Mintsa and her team maintain that it is to preserve the confidential nature of the discussions that this blackout is necessary. This is a huge mistake because in such cases, well-managed access can greatly help the organizers of the dialogue to demonstrate to the public the seriousness of these meetings. However, the censorship looming on the horizon seems to indicate that the organizers are cautious and afraid that their blunders will end up in the public square.   Other countries have held such meetings while granting considerable access to the press. This was the case of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa, which was broadcast live on South African television. This helped considerably to lend cr

BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA AT ALASSANE OUATTARA'S! BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA CHEZ ALASSANE OUATTARA!

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GABON CONTINUES TO PAY THE BILLS OF THE OMAR BONGO ERA! LE GABON CONTINUE DE PAYER LES ARDOISES DE L’ÉPOQUE OMAR BONGO!

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      English version   Omar Bongo is said to have left unpaid debts to service providers offering private jet flights, among others; based on a lawsuit in Switzerland.   The creditors in question are now reportedly threatening to seize Gabon's shares in TotalEnergies Gabon.   These invoices for private jet travel date from the period between 2006 and 2010. Among the people who have benefited from these trips to Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, or the Maldives, is Pascaline Bongo and her ex-partner Jean Ping.   The amount owed is said to be in the order of 90 million dollars, or 55 billion CFA francs. In March 2022, Gabon was ordered in the first instance to start paying, with an interest rate of 5%, from September 2009. Gabon's appeal was rejected in January, and has just filed another appeal with the Swiss Federal Court.   The Gabonese state owns 25% of TotalEnergies. At the beginning of 2023, the creditors' counsel carried out a first precautionar

MRS. MURIELLE MINKOUE-MINTSA, THINGS ARE STARTING TO GO WELL. KEEP IT UP ! MADAME MURIELLE MINKOUE-MINTSA, ÇA COMMENCE À ALLER. CONTINUEZ COMME ÇA !

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      English version   Ms. Murielle Minkoue-Mintsa, you seem to be beginning to take the measure of the task you have at hand, and that is reassuring. Building a country is thankless and difficult work; And few are our ancestors chosen ones who can do so.   You have been chosen by the new authorities to lead the National Dialogue that should mark the Gabon of tomorrow. This blog helps you by pointing out what's wrong. That is our role. Those who told you that everything was fine when nothing was ready, are your worst threats. You should fear them more than the journalists you are trying to censor and alienate.   This blog suggests that you find common ground with journalists by giving them time slots to access the sessions, so that they could do their job properly. For example, you could give them 30 minutes of access in the morning and 30 minutes of access in the afternoon, and then close the sessions the rest of the time. Journalists would thus be able to take th

THE FIRST CLIP OF BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA'S CAMPAIGN. EVERYTHING IS CALCULATED, NOTHING IS SPONTANEOUS! LE PREMIER CLIP DE LA CAMPAGNE DE BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA. TOUT EST CALCULÉ, RIEN N’EST SPONTANÉ!

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TRIBUTE TO PERENCO’S MARTYRS! HOMMAGE AUX MARTYRS DE PERENCO!

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LISTEN TO THE INCONSISTENCIES IN THE COMMUNICATION OF THE ORGANIZERS OF THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE! ÉCOUTEZ LES INCOHÉRENCES DE LA COMMUNICATION DES ORGANISATEURS DU DIALOGUE NATIONAL!

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TOO MUCH POPULISM KILLS ELITISM; AND THIS IS DANGEROUS FOR GABON! TROP DE POPULISME TUE L’ÉLITISME ; ET C’EST DANGEREUX POUR LE GABON !

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      English version   A very dangerous phrase is being heard at the moment in Gabon and elsewhere in Africa: "Africa suffers from its intellectuals!"   No, this phrase is wrong and those who use it are aiming at the wrong target. However, we hear it from politicians, journalists, and ordinary citizens who seem to speak more and more with one voice to demand the need to open up the management of public affairs to all levels of society. And that's where the danger comes in.   In all well-functioning countries of the world, the people transfer to specialists the right to take care of the management of the state in their name. Then the people take stock during the elections and decide whether to reappoint or dismiss the leadership team.   At no time do the people say: "The politicians have failed and therefore we, the people, will go take office and set things in the right direction." No, it is a call for disorder and cacophony as we see in the