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About Serge
I Serge Koffi am an audio-visual reporter with more than 10 years of field experience in Africa's media industry, having worked across various platforms including television and digital media. I have also highly honed skills in research, writing, editing and videography. I have shared thousands of stories on economic, social and political news in various platforms from West and Central Africa. I am passionate about telling stories revolving science and technology. I am based in Lome, Togo.
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Life slowly resumes in Gabon's capital after coup

31 Aug 2023  |  www.africanews.com
In Libreville, Gabon's capital, life is gradually returning to normal following a recent coup. The usually busy city center remains calm, but the Mont-Bouet market is bustling with activity as traders resume their businesses. Local trader Tanguy Ntoutoume describes the election period as hectic but feels reassured by General Brice Oligui Nguema's announcement to resume trading. The military has declared that Nguema will be sworn in as the transitional president on Monday, marking a significant turning point for Gabon after nearly 60 years under the same family's rule.

Congo : la bière et la foi comme "thérapie" Nous sommes allés à la découverte de Louzolo Amour-OPH une église qui base sa doctrine sur la bière.

Guinée Equatoriale, A la découverte de Malabo II A la découverte de Malabo II, l’extension de la capitale administrative qui est sortie de terre, il ya 10 ans. Ce nouveau centre administratif côtoie le vieux Malabo avec ces rues étroites et ses bâtiments

Madagascar : un don de 11 500 doses de "Covid-Organics" pour la Guinée équatoriale Le Covid-Organics, la potion malgache censée protéger contre le coronavirus commence à séduire sur le continent.

Gabon: no trace of Stempy Obame, the presenter close to Jean Ping

17 Jan 2018  |  fr.africanews.com
Stempy Obame, a Gabonese presenter and opposition activist close to Jean Ping, has been missing since December 18. Witnesses reported seeing him abducted by masked men in a white pick-up truck. His family has filed complaints and sought help from various authorities but received no updates. This incident adds to the recent disappearances of Alain Mbella Obame and Armel Mouendou, with families accusing Gabonese authorities of involvement.

Contemporary Art: Mbongeni Buthelezi turns plastic waste into masterpieces

15 Jul 2017  |  fr.africanews.com
South African artist Mbongeni Buthelezi is featured at the Melrose Gallery in Johannesburg with his 'Sugar Tax' collection, which highlights African contemporary art using recycled materials. Buthelezi creates stunning works from recycled plastic using a heat gun, producing portraits and abstract compositions that resemble oil paintings. He developed this technique in art school during the 90s, aiming to diverge from traditional methods. His pieces, which can include up to 5,000 pieces of plastic, are unique and seek to draw attention to plastic waste and its environmental impact. Buthelezi's works are exhibited internationally and can sell for up to $15,000 USD. He continues to reinvent art and improve his creative process while emphasizing the importance of removing harmful waste from the environment.

Gabon: Guy Nzouba Ndama in favor of dialogue with the government

31 May 2017  |  fr.africanews.com
Guy Nzouba Ndama, the former President of the National Assembly and former ally of Ali Bongo Ondimba, has expressed support for dialogue between the majority and the coalition for the new Republic around Jean Ping following the national dialogue between the opposition and the government in Gabon. Nzouba Ndama expressed disappointment with the outcomes of the dialogue initiated by Ali Bongo and is concerned about the country's state of deadlock. Casimir OYE MBA, another supporter of Jean Ping during the 2016 presidential election, also called for dialogue between Jean Ping and Ali Bongo to resolve the crisis. The political dialogue initiated by President Ali Bongo to address the post-electoral crisis after his contested re-election on August 27 concluded with modest reforms after two months of discussions.

Gabon: Government Reaction After EU Resolution Vote

03 Feb 2017  |  fr.africanews.com
The Gabonese government, represented by spokesperson Alain-Claude Bilie-By-Nzé, firmly rejects the European Parliament's resolution questioning the legitimacy of President Ali Bongo Ondimba's re-election. The government plans to reassess its cooperation with the EU, particularly in areas like fishing agreements. The resolution, which also addresses political crises in the Republic of Congo, is criticized for its perceived interference in Gabon's sovereignty. The EU's election observation mission had previously echoed concerns about the election's transparency, aligning with opposition leader Jean Ping's claims.

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