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Pascaline Bongo Case: “Hopes for a Trial by the End of 2025”

Did Pascaline Bongo sell her influence when her brother, Ali Bongo, was Gabon's president? The Paris criminal court said no on Monday, but the National Financial Prosecutor's Office appealed. A second trial awaits. The Bongo family is also under French legal scrutiny in the "ill-gotten assets" case. This time, Ali Bongo himself might face charges. Sara Brimbeuf leads the fight against shady financial transactions at Transparency International.

The Gabonese and Ali Bongo’s “almost” candidacy for

In Gabon, the announcement by President Ali Bongo on Saturday during the celebration of the 54th anniversary of his party did not make Gabon indifferent. Ali Bongo specifically said that in 2023 he will be there. One way to say he will be a candidate for the presidential election scheduled for 2023. How did the Gabonese welcome this announcement? as reported from Libreville,Yves-Laurent Goma Jonathan is a retired soldier. He says he is a supporter of Ali Bongo, but he is disappointed with the broken promises: “Ali…

in Libreville, students’ odd job of funding

Several students in the country are deprived of their holiday. They have started small businesses to earn some money that allow them to support themselves from the beginning of the school year. as reported from Libreville, Yves-Laurent GomaSporty building, Jovani Junior Kouamba sells used clothes at the Nzeng Ayong market in…

a puzzle for Gabon’s Téké

In Gabon, the wedding season is in full swing. There are ceremonies of custom throughout Libreville every weekend. For some bridal couples, the preparation has become a headache, as some desired gifts are no longer on the market. This is the case with the anvil, requested by Téké in the province of Haut-Ogooué (southeastern Gabon).…

Covid, constitution … Ali Bongo spoke

In Gabon, President Ali Bongo Ondimba this Friday addressed the deputies and senators in his country who gathered in Congress at the seat of the National Assembly. A first in since he suffered a stroke on October 24, 2018. Ali Bongo Ondimba returned to certain issues in the political life of his country. as reported from…

In Cameroon, media whirlwind after

A "sex tape" scandal has shaken public space for almost a week in Cameroon. It involves three main characters: a young girl and two men, one of whom is a famous sports journalist, promoter of a radio station in Douala, which is particularly under criticism. The case is such that it triggered a flood of outraged reactions while giving rise to a heated debate about sexism and deviant behavior in the…

Covid-19 in Gabon: easing of measures

In Gabon, the curfew from 18.00, which has been in force since February, will be postponed to prevent the spread of Covid-19, from 21:00. The announcement was made on the evening of Friday, May 28, by President Ali Bongo Ondimba in a statement to the nation. Ali Bongo Ondimba claims that he has led to several barrier measures…

Ali Bongo affords his first interview since his

"Energy, I have plenty of it!" Ali Bongo explained this to the pan-African weekly Jeune Afrique. The Gabonese president broke a very long silence that he had observed since his stroke in October 2018, and it was for Jeune Afrique that he chose to speak for the first time. The interview is very long, four pages. Ali Bongo talks about everything including his health. "I feel good. I even increased my pace at work. I can not wait to be 100% of my ability again," he replied. ON his opponent wondering Regarding his ability…

Noureddin Bongo, Ali Bongo’s son, speaks

Noureddin Bongo Valentin, the son of Ali Bongo, who holds the post of general coordinator for presidential affairs, gave his first interview. Named for this post in December 2019, Noureddin Bongo, often contacted as his father's successor, has never spoken publicly. He broke the silence. He gave his very first interview to Ecofin, an economic agency with a pan-African calling.…

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