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Gabon: Ali Bongo would have offered his services to the transitional authorities

In Gabon, the deposed president Ali Bongo Ondimba, although “free to go abroad” decided to stay in the country to always be useful for his Nation.

There is always life after power, even after being ousted in a military coup. And this is what the former deposed president of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, understood, who always wants to be useful for the country.

In an interview with the American news agency Bloomberg, the new Gabonese Prime Minister, Raymond Ndong Sima, declared that deposed President Ali Bongo Ondimba offered his services to the new authorities in Libreville. According to Raymond Ndong Sima, the sixty-year-old who has been in power for 14 years has decided to stay in Gabon despite having been free to move since September 6.

“Given his state of health, former President of the Republic Ali Bongo Ondimba is free to move. He can, if he wishes, go abroad to carry out his medical checks.the military announced on public television in a press release from General Oligui, who had led the putsch.

The former funk singer who succeeded his father to continue his family’s reign for 50 years, however, does not have all his faculties. Ali Bongo Ondimba suffered a serious stroke in October 2018 which left him physically impaired. His right leg and arm are particularly difficult to move.