Military Takes Over Power, Seizes National Radio Station The navy in Gabon on Monday claimed it has seized power from the President Ali Bongo-led authorities within the nation. The BBC stories that troopers within the West African nation stated they launched a coup to revive democracy. They took management of the nationwide radio station within the early hours of Monday to learn a brief assertion asserting a “National Restoration Council”. President Bongo, who took over power in 2009, reportedly suffered a stroke in October and obtained remedy in Morocco. Bongo sought to place an finish to the rumours about his well being with a New Year message through which he stated he was feeling nice.

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