In response to the incidents produced on the night of February 5, in the Stadium of Malabo, during the match of the CAN 2015 between Equatorial Guinea and Ghana, the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), through its Secretary General, launched this statement to condemn absolutely any act of violence in our country. The PDGE also called for a mobilization to claim the right to peace.
After the events that occurred during the Ghana-Equatorial Guinea match, in the Stadium of Malabo, on the night of February 5 of this year, the Secretary General of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, on behalf of the party, has issued this statement that we publish in its entirety, attached to this article.
In this statement, a call is made to all the militants of the PDGE, as well as to the members of all the institutions of the State pertaining to this party, to condemn energetically these acts of violence, “instigated and perpetrated by the eternal enemies and detractors of our People and their agents, wanting to disturb the Peace, the tranquility, the harmony and the calm climate reigning in the entire Territory of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.”
To express this condemnation, he has called on all those mentioned, and the Equatoguinean population in general, to participate in a mobilization “to reaffirm their ideals of Peace and to express peacefully their most energetic CONDEMNATION AND REJECTION of these intolerable acts of vandalism of inciting violence and disorder in our country.”
The statement also explains that the objective of this call is “to urge once more and encourage all the Militancy of the PDGE in particular, and all the Equatoguinean People in general, to maintain the tranquility, solidarity and national cohesion and to double the vigilance, more than ever, as in the past, to address now and in the future these known attempts of destabilization of the eternal enemies of Peace, development and prosperity of the People of Equatorial Guinea; objectives which have been and will continue being the greatest aspiration of H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic, Head of State and Government and Founding President of the PDGE, in benefit of the present and future generations of our Country.”
We attach the complete statement along with this news article.
Source: Press Office of the PDGE
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office