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Ibrahim Ntoutoum’Obiang-Endama

Libreville, Gabon
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About Ibrahim
Ibrahim NTOUTOUM’OBIANG-ENDAMA is a journalist based in Libreville, Gabon.
I am an Image Reporter Journalist and freelancer, living in Lambaréné (carp city) in central Gabon. I make several trips to other provinces of the country, in order to produce video, paper and audio reports.
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop Interview (Print / Radio / Podcast)
Politics Science & Environment Sports

Pour le compte du média en ligne TrustGabon, ce reportage avait été réalisé dans le cadre de l'ouverture d'une école Franco-Islamique dans la commune de Lambaréné. Une première dans la province du Moyen-Ogooué.

Réalisation d'un reportage sur le dispensaire médical de Moussamoukougou de Lambaréné, où la structure se retrouve "sous oxygène" car aux oubliettes aux yeux des pouvoirs publics. C'est du moins ce qu'ont dénoncé les populations environnantes...

Reportage vidéo sur les journées médicales organisées par l'ancien sénateur et membre du Lions Club International, Robert NDONG, au lac Ezanga dans le Moyen-Ogooué.

Il s'agit ici d'un reportage tourné à Lambaréné, au centre du Gabon, sur la célébration du Festival Culturel National.


La directrice provinciale du ministère des Travaux publics, Jeannette Ivora, serait impliquée dans une affaire de détournement d’une importante quantité de carburant dans la province du Moyen-Ogooué. Elle aurait été arrêtée avec plusieurs collaborateurs.

Oyem: Two soldiers steal plasma screens from the stadium

23 Feb 2022  |  www.gabonews.com
Two soldiers have been detained for stealing plasma screens from the Oyem stadium, with the screens found at their respective homes. An investigation initiated by the Prosecutor of the Republic at the Oyem Tribunal, Rodrigue Ondo Nfoumou, has revealed the soldiers as the perpetrators. The stadium had been secured by the prosecutor's orders after a previous theft involving a simulated fire. The investigation is ongoing, and the soldiers will be presented upon its conclusion.

Lambaréné: Minister Berre's convoy involved in an accident

30 Jan 2022  |  www.gabonews.com
On January 30, 2022, the convoy of Madeleine Edmée Berre, the Minister of Civil Service, was involved in a traffic accident near the village of 'Gravier' on the national road. Fortunately, there were no fatalities. The minister, her husband, her sister who complained of jaw pain, and two men were in the vehicle that left the road and crashed into a ravine. The victims are currently hospitalized at the Albert Schweitzer hospital in Lambaréné, and the minister's husband has been urgently evacuated to Libreville. The cause of the accident is not yet known.

Wood Industry: A Third Transformation to 'Diversify the Economy and Create More Jobs'

15 Jun 2020  |  www.gabonews.com
On June 15, 2020, Gabon's Minister of Water and Forests, Lee White, visited the Special Economic Zone of Nkok (ZERP) to monitor the forest-wood sector and the development of the third transformation process. Accompanied by Oswald Séverin Mayounou and Ndouna Ango Auguste, White discussed mechanisms to foster a true third transformation industry with economic operators at GSEZ. He aims to reduce exported lumber and increase exported finished and semi-finished furniture, diversifying the economy, increasing state revenue, and creating jobs. White announced a five-year goal to increase the forestry industry's production capacity and create up to 70,000 jobs, leveraging the Gabonese forest to overcome the current economic crisis caused by the coronavirus. The wood sector contributed 4% to Gabon's GDP in 2013, nearly a third of salaried employment, and 60% of non-oil export revenue.

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