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Gabon coup: Who are Bongo’s allies arrested and what are they accused of?


Following the military takeover in Gabon, the junta announced they have detained President Ali Bongo and placed him and his family under house arrest. Bongo's son and close adviser Noureddin Bongo Valentin, his chief of staff Ian Ghislain Ngoulou as well as his deputy, two other presidential advisers and the two top officials in the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG) "have been arrested," a military leader said.

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