Following the death of the former president and founder of the Republic of Zimbabwe, H. E. Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the embassy from that country in the Republic of South Africa has opened a book of condolences in Pretoria, where Balbina Nchama Nvo, Adviser Charged with Business, accompanied by the Press Attache from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Embassy in South Africa, Tobias Ramos Nkulu Nchama, signed condolences in the name of and representing our diplomatic mission.
Mugabe, who died last week at the age of 95 in a hospital in Singapore in the south of Asia, is venerated by many as a great liberator who freed his people from the control of a white minority in the decade of the 70s. He led Zimbabwe for almost four decades and became Prime Minister of his country when Zimbabwe obtained independence in 1980, and remained in power until 2017.
As a symbol of the diplomatic relations between the Republics of Equatorial Guinea and Zimbabwe, Balbina Nchama Mvo, representing our embassy in South Africa, appeared at the embassy of the sister Republic of Zimbabwe in Pretoria, to sign the book of condolences.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office