On Thursday, the military leaders who currently govern Gabon made a significant announcement by appointing Raymond Ndong Sima as the interim prime minister. This decision is particularly noteworthy because Ndong Sima is a prominent opponent of the former president, Ali Bongo Ondimba, who was ousted from power.

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    Raymond Ndong Sima, aged 68 and an accomplished economist, previously held the position of prime minister during Ali Bongo’s presidency from 2012 to 2014. However, his political trajectory took a different turn as he transformed into a vocal critic of the regime, ultimately challenging Ali Bongo in the presidential elections of both 2016 and 2023.

    This appointment signals a potential shift in Gabon’s political landscape, with a former critic of the ousted president now assuming a leadership role in the country. It remains to be seen how Ndong Sima’s tenure as interim prime minister will impact the nation’s governance and its path forward. This development underscores the dynamic nature of politics in Gabon and the evolving role of key figures in shaping the country’s future.

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