Gabon’s Ali Bongo returns to Morocco after spending 48 hours at home

Gabon’s President Ali Bongo has returned to Morocco to continue his medical rehabilitation after he spent 48 hours at home where he chaired a cabinet meeting.

 

The Gabonese leader returned to the North African country on Feb. 27. He had come back home on Feb.25.

 

During the 48-hour stay, Ali Bongo chaired a cabinet meeting, made several appointments including a new foreign minister and a new envoy to the Moroccan kingdom.

 

The February comeback was the second by the African leader from Morocco where he had been receiving medical treatment after suffering a stroke in Saudi Arabia late October while attending an investment conference.

 

The 54-year old President made a swift trip, less than 24 hours, to Gabon in December to oversee the inauguration of a new cabinet.

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