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Friday, December 21, 2018

Fake news, tribal hate: Peter essoka sanctions Vision4 and Obama

It is in a statement issued on December 19 that the National Communication Council (CNC) has imposed sanctions on journalists and the media for breach of ethics and professional conduct in the exercise of the profession of journalist, Vision 4 has paid the price

because the media Constable suspended chain Amougou Belinga for a month after announcing last October Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba for Death, though hospitalized in Saudi Arabia.

"Following the publication in the October 27, 2018 newscast of an unfounded statement announcing the death of the President of the Republic of Gabon, the National Communication Council (CNC) decided to suspend for a period of of a month the channel Vision 4, "says the statement that signed the CNC chairman, Peter Essoka

Ernest Obama, journalist and General Manager of the same channel is suspended for a month, for" dissemination of inciting to tribal hatred ". Nadine Patricia Mengue, who had presented today's 20h news report on Vision 4, also received a month's suspension

Several other journalists were also subject to the CNC's sanctions, Benjamin Zebaze Director of publication of the newspaper Ouest- Littoral, Maneh Mireille Flore reporter of Canal 2 International, Michael Dopass journalist at Soleil FM or Joseph Roland DjotiƩ du Quotidien de l'Economie