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The First Female Prime Minister Of Gabon And Her Exploits

Madam Rose Christiane Ossouka Raponda was born around 1964. She is of the rich ethnicity of Mpongwe , the first dweller around estuary . A citizen of Gabon.

Education and Qualification

She attended the prestigious Gabonese Institute of Economy and Finance , and obtained a degree in economics and public finance.

Career and Achievement

This indomitable woman had occupied a lot of enviable positions initially reserved for "Men" . The positions is thus :

She was the budget minister from 2012 to 2014.

2014 - the first female Mayor of Capital Libreville

2019 - 2020 Defence minster

July 2020 till date The first female Prime Minister

Political Activities

She is a member of Gabonese Democratic Party. The party's ideology is conservative ,with the slogan " Dialogue, Tolerance, Peace "

Her trend of life is built on those core values. On the 8th African summit she was elected as the first female president of United Cities and Local Government Africa (UCLG- Africa). Her speech that day " i will work to pursue our mission of awareness-raising , advocacy and mobilization and conslidation our international partnerships to support the transformation and sustainable development of African cities and territories .

A Woman of Finesse and A Mother

Her love for children can not be over emphasized as she initiated a lot gift ceremonies, scholarships for kids eg " the gift ceremony to the children of the municipal, 650 gift items to the children of 3 federations , 1200 gifts to the children of the 6 arrondissement. etc" . She has once been referred as Mom Rose Ossouka.

Finally, she has being a blessing not only to Gabon but to the whole of Africa. A rear gem. As she is now the Prime Minister of Gabon , her good deeds and excellent performance continues

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