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Yvette Ngwevilo Rekangalt was born on 26 June, 1956 in Enyonga, near Port-Gentil in Gabon, Central Africa, is a Bankruptcy lawyer,Human rights leader,Negotiator,Process communication expert,Politics.

Popular AsYvette Ngwevilo Rekangalt
OccupationBankruptcy lawyer,Human rights leader,Negotiator,Process communication expert,Politics
Age64 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born26 June 1956
Birthday26 June
BirthplaceEnyonga, near Port-Gentil in Gabon, Central Africa

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Subsequent to starting her consulting firm, Yenore in Gabon and France, Yvette Ngwevilo Rekangalt was sworn in as bankruptcy trustee for the Law Court of Libreville on august 13th.


Yvette Ngwevilo Rekangalt is a dynamic Gabonese businesswoman, bankruptcy lawyer (law administrator) for the court of Libreville, human rights leader. She worked for 25 years as a jurist in the oil and gas industry. She has been a member of the African Union’s Economic, Social and Cultural Council representing Central Africa for three terms, as well as chairperson of the Infrastructure and Energy Committee. She ran for office during the 2009 Gabonese election before vanishing from the political scene after the results. She is still very active in business and social activities.