Thursday, August 9, 2018
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Nous devons conserver le vieux Libreville et le gouvernement doit faire en sorte que les bâtiments ne soient pas détruits mais plutôt rénovés. Bien sure qu;il faut aussi des nouveaux buildings, mais le vieux doit être protégé une ville sans histoire n'est pas une ville,
Posted by Jean Latusse at 9:12 PM
Friday, August 3, 2018
Equatorial Guinea has unveiled its new capital, Djibloho, nestled in the sanctuary of wildlife in the African forest. Olawale Ajimotokan who attended the 3e Actuaries Open championship hosted by the country, reports
We left the plush Grand Hotel Djibloho, where the contingent to the 3e Actuaries Equatorial Guinea Open championship, hosted by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, was serenaded for a tour of the city built from the scratch.
Gabriel, the local guide, who drove this reporter and Olalekan Okusan of The Nation newspapers, pulled up near the 500 feet long suspended bridge across River Wele, along Avenida La Paz.
The stop afforded ample benefit to glimpse the country’s main water-body as it meanders through the dense forest down to Mbini, where it empties its contents into the Atlantic Ocean.
Interests in Djibloho, sometime called Oyala, escalated after Equatorial Guinea, Africa’s third largest oil producer, in February last year, announced the movement of its administrative capital from Malabo on Bioko Island to the mainland.
Posted by Jean Latusse at 10:33 AM