The former aide of the Head of State and one of the main persons responsible for his personal safety, Felipe Enguang Nsue, was buried on Sunday, December 28, in the city of Bata.
The lieutenant of the National Police corps and Head of the First Circle of Presidential Security, Felipe Enguang Nsue, who died on December 18 due to a long illness, received holy burial on Sunday in the continental capital, Bata.
The Head of State, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, and his wife, the First Lady, Constancia Mangue, presided over the funeral events in his memory. Many members of the Government, including the First Vice President, Ignacio Milam Tang, as well as family members and friends, attended the religious ceremony and the floral offering held in his memory. During the ceremony, President Obiang offered words of condolence for the person who was responsible for his personal safety.
The deceased was from Ebom Nkodjueñ (Akonibe), a district belonging to the province of Wele-Nzas. He lived by his wife, seven children and one grandchild.
Text: Javier Obama (Presidential Press)
Photos: Miguel Angel Andjimi (D. G. Base Internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office