The head of state is aware, he recognises his representatives, he sees well, he talks well," Prime Minister Emmanuel Issoze Ndonget said after returning to Libreville following a meeting with President Ali Bongo in Rabat. However, the president's appearance continues to raise questions about his health.
President Ali Bongo Had a Stroke
Vanguard, 10 December 2018
President Ali Bongo of Gabon who has been in hospital since October has suffered a stroke. Read more »
Video of Ailing President Raises More Questions Than Answers
RFI, 5 December 2018
Gabon's President Ali Bongo has for the first time, since his hospitalisation in Saudi Arabia last month, appeared in two videos filmed in Rabat where he is continuing treatment… Read more »
President Ali Bongo Ondimba,
First Photo of Gabonese President After Mystery Illness
MAP, 3 December 2018
HM King Mohammed VI paid, on Monday, a visit to president of the Gabonese Republic, H.E. Ali Bongo Ondimba, at the Mohammed V instruction military hospital of Rabat. Read more »
Gabon President Ali Bongo in Moroccan military hospital. see more »
Ali Bongo, the Gabonese president, has been receiving medical treatment in Saudi Arabia since October 24. He's rumoured to have had a stroke, but this remains unconfirmed and no ... Read more »
Presidential Spokesperson Ike Ngouoni says President Ali Bongo is suffering from "severe fatigue", but news from King Faysal Hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where he is undergoing ... Read more »
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