The General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, granted an interview to social media outlets, at the PDGE National Office, to refute certain accusations and affirmations by the radical dissident Severo Moto Nsa, against the Equatoguinean people and their Government, via a private media outlet in the Kingdom of Spain.
The supposed Equatoguinean opposition leader in voluntary exile in Spain, Severo Moto Nsa, was interviewed by Guadalajara Media.
The radical dissident, Severo Moto, leader of the supposed political party of progress, created in Spain, issued various accusations and affirmations before the Spanish journalist, against the Equatoguinean people and their Government.
In imposing words, Moto Nsa spoke of a possible pact including five radical opposition political parties, to bring about the relentless dream of his political alliance; the return of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea to the colonial domination of Spain, with the sole aim of satisfying his political aspirations to achieve political power.
Faced with these affirmations by the radical dissident Severo Moto Nsa, the PDGE General Secretary responded via an interview with various media outlets at the National Office. Osa Osa began his intervention by describing the action as that of a person who has failed in his political career.
It is an action that must be judged by the Equatoguineans themselves, with respect to the affirmations by Severo Moto”, stated the General Secretary.
Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro ended the interview passing on a message of calm to the militancy and the general public, when he highlighted the fact that Equatorial Guinea was now a mature country, following the hard work promoted by H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo during the journey through post-colonialism, in which there have been significant results following the eleven years of dictatorship, with forecasts indicating a safe future, with integrated well-being, for the benefit of all Equatoguinean citizens.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea