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Ali Bongo thanks The King Mohammed VI

It’s official. After a stay of convalescence in Morocco, the president of Gabon Ali Bongo Ondimba leaves the Kingdom Saturday, March 23rd. The presidency of the Gabonese Republic has indeed broadcast this Thursday, March 21 a statement, announcing that the president returned to Gabon the day after tomorrow.

According to the spokesman for the presidency, “the president is delighted to return among his compatriots. He wishes to warmly thank his brother, King Mohammed VI, for the quality of his welcome and the invaluable support he has received throughout his stay in the Kingdom”.

Recall that Ali Bongo had already made the trip to Libreville. In January, he made a round trip to his country for the swearing in of the new government.

On December 31, President Ali Bongo addressed the Gabonese people from Rabat for his traditional New Year speech. A speech that was broadcast on all national TVs in the country, but also on social networks.

Ali Bongo traveled to Morocco on 27 November to perform a medical stay for the purpose of rehabilitation and convalescence at the Military Hospital Mohammed V in Rabat. King Mohammed VI had visited him on December 3 at the hospital.

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