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Gabon: Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres – Communique de Presse (06.12.2019)

Sommet Extraordinaire des Chefs d’Etat d’Afrique Centrale sur la Situation Economique et Monetaire dans la Zone CEMAC (22.11.2019)

Gabon: Caisse des dépôts et consignations (CDC) – Communique de Presse (20.11.2019)

Gabon: AGASA – Communique (20.11.2019)

Gabon: Ministere de la Sante – Communique de Presse (28.10.2019)

Opinion: Francafrique is alive, as Paris axe Arikana Chihombori Quao!

Arikana Chihombori Quao, the African Union Ambassador to the United States, which was terminated on the 7th October 2019 after her open criticism of the Western Powers hold of the African Nation.

She’s been vocal and righteously so against the French hold of the former African colonies it has agreements with, military, monetary and direct trade enriching itself on the spoils of the African continent. Which is all true, that is why all the big-men from the previous colonies are favourable and steady visiting Paris and meeting the heads of state there. That is why, the interests of Paris comes before the needs of the citizens of the respective Republics. They are all Francafrique doing.

That is why Emmanuel Macron has no issues boosting dictators, standing by autocrats who secure the monetary gains of the Central African Francs (CFA). This is boosting the Reserves of France, they are earning on the printing and monetizing the currencies of these Republics. They are all in the hands of the French, controlling and monitoring the monetary policies and the economic policies made in the respective republics. This is how to keep the governments, either by the hook or by the crook.

Secondly, they are also kept by a military pact and a resource sharing agreements, which means the extraction industry of the French gets first deals, if it is Total or anything else. Will get a first rights to extract or be able to trade commodities. That is why you see in former North African Republic, which was colonizes you see Renaults, Citroen’s and so-on. You are not seeing so many American or British cars there, but French produced cars in abundant. That is because, the French still has a foothold and advantages, which the Republic have to abide too.

Therefore, what the axed and sacked AU Ambassador to US said about the French is true. It maybe hurt the pride of the French. But you don’t need to say anything substantial to hurt their pride. You can just dismiss their champagne and they will cry havoc. In addition, the French know they need Francafrique and they would miss out important market, funds and resources, which it cannot live without. The banks, the industries and military would suffer a hit. The French will not say this, but the reason for axing shows this.

The French is weak, the French isn’t as great or has the power to flex without its state under passive control through the measures of the CFA and other Post-Colonial agreements made with Big-Men in the Francafrique. That is just the way it is and because someone with a title said it. It had to be silenced.

However, if the French didn’t want it undressed or questioned their role on the continent. They should have maybe answered it with words or numbers. Instead, they are verifying her words by axing her and pushing the Chairman of AU to get rid of her. Peace.

Opinion: President Ali Bongo will rule until his last breath!

The ones considering the implications of checking the medical condition or even see if President Ali Bongo of Gabon was fit for his duties are wrong. It is a reason, why even has his been abroad for months after a stroke. Had treatment for months in the Kingdom of Morocco.

The man who fell ill during his visit in Saudi Arabia, later flown to Morocco and after plenty of months abroad. He returned weaker and shaken by the condition they tried to heal. The stroke that outplayed him for so long.

Still he returned and surely fatigued. The Opposition Coalition was allowed to petition the courts to check the health of the President. However, this has lead to a suspension of the judge who opened up for this. The same is a suspension or sacking of a journalist who questioned the health of the President.

Surely, no one should express concern for an older man wobbling down the red-carpet like a drunk man. Whose caine isn’t strong enough. Surely, a man weakened by the stroke, isn’t in the right capacity to run a nation, not even strong enough to direct a taxi to his home.

The recent footage isn’t a sign of strength, but of weakness. Of a man who thinks its his duty to die in power, by any means necessary. That is the sort of man he is and everyone questioning that is a dire threat to his livelihood. Which they all are, because its not like Bongo can win a fair fight. He couldn’t even muster power to tap-dance a stranger.

At this very moment, the fragile and fatigued man should retire, should step-down, his time is gone now. Maybe or most likely his handlers knows this, but they need him to have power. They cannot give way. Just like other elders in power like the previous President in Algeria or sleeping goblin of Zimbabwe.

They are just repeating the same ills, the same thrills and sadness of life, as they are accepting the demise of their leader and at the same the destruction of fate in humanity. As Ali Bongo should now be cared for 24/7 by health-care personnel and not run a nation.

Well, his loyal patrons won’t have that, because then they might have to pay for his crimes, his looting and his cruelness towards the dissident in the Republic. That is why the hegemony is all part of the breathing of His Excellency Bongo. Peace.

Gabon: CRN – Declaration a Propos des Menaces du Pouvoir Putshiste Contre Jean Remy Yama (05.07.2019)

Gabon: Presidence de la Republique Gabonaise – Communique de Presse (11.02.2019)

South Africa condemns attempted military coup d’état in Gabon (07.01.2019)

South Africa has noted with grave concern the attempted coup d’état undertaken in the Republic of Gabon this morning (07 January 2019) by elements of the military.

South Africa condemns in the strongest possible terms the attempted coup to overthrow the democratically elected Government in the Republic of Gabon. In this regard, South Africa reaffirms the African Union principle of the total rejection of all unconstitutional change of power.

South Africa has noted that the Army in Gabon has since arrested the perpetrators of the attempted coup, and calls upon the Army to help restore the democratically elected government as soon as possible.

Enquiries: Mr Ndivhuwo Mabaya, MabayaN@dirco.gov.za / 083 645 7838

ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION

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