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THE REAL PRESIDENT OF GABON COMES BACK LIKE A CONQUISTADOR TO HIS HOME. LE VRAI PRÉSIDENT DU GABON RENTRE EN CONQUISTADOR CHEZ LUI

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"I am the real president of Gabon; the only thing I did not do was to swear an oath. "
This statement is not insignificant, as it was brought to the public square by Chantal Myboto, who reported what Maixent Accrombessi had told her from the height of his arrogance.
Hiding outside of Gabon long before the presidential election of August 2016, pretexting a medical evacuation after a supposed stroke, Maixent Accrombessi waited far from the turmoil, that Ali Bongo catches every blow, and that he , Like Alexander the Great, comes to restore order in the village, when the time would come.
Apparently, this time has come, because Maixent Accrombessi has just returned to Gabon, as the master of the place that he is. Indeed, it is a jet chartered by the Gabonese presidency, that is, dear readers, by you and me taxpayers, that he landed in Libreville on June 26, at the end of the day.
According to La Lettre du Continent, Maixent Accrombessi should return to his office in t…

FLAVIEN ENONGOUÉ HAS CERTAINLY NOT READ MARTIN NIEMÖLLER’ STORY. FLAVIEN ÉNONGOUÉ N’A CERTAINEMENT PAS LU L’HISTOIRE DE MARTIN NIEMÖLLER

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Martin Niemöller was a prominent Protestant pastor who had served in the German navy in world war 1. When Hitler and the National Socialist Party emerged, touting nationalist slogans, Niemöller voted for the Nazis—both in the 1924 Prussian state elections and in the final national parliamentary elections of March 1933. Hitler espoused the importance of Christianity to German nationality and Christianity's role in a renewal of national morality and ethics, leading Niemöller to enthusiastically welcome the Third Reich.
A turning point in Niemöller's political life occurred in January 1934 when he met Adolf Hitler. At the meeting it became clear that Niemöller's phone had been tapped by the Gestapo (German Secret State Police) and that he was under close state surveillance. Niemöller started to see the Nazi state as a dictatorship, one which he would oppose.
Niemöller soon became widely known throughout Berlin for his critical sermons. Despite warnings from the…

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EDOUARD VALENTIN THE "INNOCENT" IS A PILLAR OF FRANÇAFRIQUE IN GABON; HERE IS ANOTHER PROOF. EDOUARD VALENTIN L’ « INNOCENT » EST UN PILIER DE LA FRANCAFRIQUE AU GABON ; EN VOICI UNE AUTRE PREUVE

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CEO of Ogar Vie until then, he decided upon the accession of Ali Bongo to power, to take over the entire insurance sector of Gabon. He created the Gabonese Commercial Reinsurance Company (SCG-Ré), whose mission is to manage, on behalf of the Gabonese State, the legal assignment of the premiums and contributions of all the insurance companies operating in Gabon. In short, it is he who covers all the insurance companies established in Gabon.
"He" is Edouard Valentin.
In addition, Edouard Valentin holds a total of 32% of the shares in two subsidiaries of BGFI Bank; i.e. 15% of BGFI Bourse and 17% of BGFI Bail.
No, we will not give up!



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PDG d’Ogar Vie jusqu’Alors, il décida dès l’accession d’Ali Bongo au pouvoir, de faire main basse sur l’entièreté du secteur des assurances au Gabon. Il créa de toute pièce la Société Commerciale Gabonaise de Réassurance (SCG-Ré), dont la mission est de gérer pour le compte de l’Etat Gabonais la cession légale des prime…

EDOUARD VALENTIN THE "INNOCENT" IS A PILLAR OF FRANÇAFRIQUE IN GABON. HE IS ONE OF THE TEMPLE’S GUARDIANS. EDOUARD VALENTIN L’ « INNOCENT » EST UN PILIER DE LA FRANCAFRIQUE AU GABON. C’EST UN DES GARDIENS DU TEMPLE

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Do you know that at the funeral of his first wife Evelyne, former private secretary of Omar Bongo; in 2013 in France, three former ambassadors of France to Gabon were in attendance? They were Jean-Marc Simon who was in Libreville from 2003 to 2008; Louis Dominici in office from 1986 to 1994; and Philippe Selz from 1998 to 2003. Jacques Chirac, who was ill, could not make the trip, but his right hand man, Professor Bernard Debré, his former Minister of Cooperation, who was then an advisor to Francois Fillon, was in the front row.
It is this same Bernard Debré who, in September 2016, after the electoral coup d'état of Ali Bongo, asked France to respect the decision of Mborantsuo to confirm Ali Bongo, in an editorial which concluded by saying:
"In the name of the friendship we have always felt for Gabon and its people, let us not worry about moral lessons and help them find the path of national concord.”
Here are the people for whom Edouard Valentin works in Gabon.
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HERE IS A QUESTION THAT DESERVES A GOOD ANSWER. VOICI UNE QUESTION QUI MÉRITE UNE BONNE RÉPONSE

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