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Géraud Wilfried Obangome

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About Géraud
Géraud Wilfried OBANGOME is a journalist based in Libreville, Gabon. 
Freelance journalist for Reuters, Africanews, Deutsche Welle and founder of pan-African web television plusinfos.com
I am available for all good adventures.
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English French
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Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Business Politics Current Affairs
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De fortes explosions et des coups de feu ont retenti jeudi dans le quartier de Nkembo à Libreville, la capitale du Gabon, lors de heurts entre les forces de sécurité et des manifestants protestant contre la réélection du président Ali Bongo

Agés de 17, 15, 14 et 11 ans pour Chamfort, le dernier des enfants Timé, la coiffure, au début une passion, ils en font dorénavant un métier alternatif. Ils dirigent désormais à Libreville le salon de coiffure «Les doigts d’or» créé par leur père.

Gabon: the Bolokoboué farm school

21 Jul 2020  |  fr.africanews.com
The 'Village Graine de Bolokoboué' is an open-air farm school located north of Libreville, Gabon, specializing in vegetable farming and serving as a training ground for young Gabonese interested in agriculture. The program, coordinated by Hervé Omva of the NGO Idrc Africa, aims to make participants active and independent. Students like Mbodzi Angela gain practical experience alongside their studies. The initiative, founded by Idrc Africa in partnership with the Institut gabonais d'appui au développement, is supported by the Gabonese Ministry of Agriculture, which sees it as a way to revitalize the agricultural sector and reduce the country's reliance on imported agricultural products.

Inside a call center dedicated to coronavirus in Gabon

10 Apr 2020  |  www.dw.com
Gabon has introduced a toll-free number, 1410, for its population to ask questions about the coronavirus and to help identify suspected Covid-19 cases. Correspondent Wilfried Obangome takes us inside the call center.

Gabon arrests four soldiers after coup attempt

07 Jan 2019  |  BusinessLIVE
Gabonese authorities arrested mutineering soldiers after they seized the state broadcaster and announced plans to 'save a democracy in danger' in an apparent coup against President Ali Bongo. The coup attempt followed dissatisfaction with Bongo's speech from Morocco, where he has been recovering from a stroke. Order has been restored, and citizens have been urged to resume normal activities.

Gabon thwarts military coup attempt in President's absence

07 Jan 2019  |  sg.news.yahoo.com
Gabon thwarted a military coup attempt, killing two plotters and capturing seven others after they seized state radio to announce President Ali Bongo's unfitness for office following a stroke. The coup attempt reflects growing frustration with Bongo's rule, weakened by his medical leave. The Bongo family has ruled Gabon for over 50 years, with recent economic struggles exacerbating public discontent. The international community, including France and the African Union, condemned the coup. The incident underscores the socio-economic and political challenges facing Gabon.

Gabon thwarts military coup attempt in President's absence

07 Jan 2019  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Gabon thwarted a military coup attempt, killing two plotters and capturing seven others after they seized state radio to challenge President Ali Bongo's rule. The coup attempt, led by Lieutenant Kelly Ondo Obiang, highlighted growing frustration with Bongo's government, weakened by his medical leave following a stroke. The international community, including France and the African Union, condemned the coup. The Bongo family has ruled Gabon since 1967, with Ali Bongo's presidency marked by allegations of corruption and economic decline. The coup's failure suggests further attempts are unlikely, but it underscores significant socio-economic and political discontent.
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