We know that sometimes there are problems in the University as there are in other study centers around the world, but we want to advise you to be careful and not let others take advantage of your problems. From social media, those who pretend to be “heroes” call you to the revolution, while they remain hidden,” says Osa Osa on this message to students of the UNGE. “If you work to educate yourselves and prepare in a country at peace, the future is yours, because the country needs you. If we fall into revolutions and internal conflicts, neither you nor we will have future.”
The Secretary General of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) sent this message to the youths of the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE): “My desire and that of the PDGE is, with this letter, to send a totally sincere message, a call from the heart to all the students of the National University of Equatorial Guinea, some of which, in recent days, have let themselves be entangled by the ‘organizers of revolutions’ that act most times from abroad, hidden by anonymity provided by social media and most of the time, they are backed by a benefactor entity”.
First, Jeronimo Osa Osa sends his condolences to the people of Kenya for the massacre carried out at the University of Garisa, before making a “sincere and heartfelt” call to the students of the UNGE. “We know that at the University of Equatorial Guinea sometimes there are problems, as there are in other study centers around the world. That sometimes things are not done well. That could be improved…
However, we want to caution you to be careful and not let others, the most self-serving, to take advantage of your problems and the weak moments you may have. From social media, those who pretend to be ‘heroes’ will call for a revolution, while they remain hidden: they entangle you so that, as we would commonly say, you go at it tooth and nail while they remain comfortably in their homes in Valencia or Paris,” says Osa Osa.
-“They, those who provoke you so that it is you who fight, while they watch comfortably from their couch, are not alone: they have allies and are protected by large lobbies that from outside Africa, envy and want to rule that which only belong to us:.. our energy resources. Our riches. That is the foundation of all this, that is why they provoke you, from outside, from other countries, to go forth to fight. It is not in your interests, but in their own. I am sure that your mothers, who do love and truly value you, tell you to study, to not be thrust into revolutions that now, in our country, are not necessary,” continued the Secretary General.
Jeronimo Osa Osa recognized that sometimes there are problems in the UNGE, but also notes that “in Equatorial Guinea, today, any young person has huge, great possibilities to study because university studies in our country are free, except for tuition, which is also inexpensive.”
“You, the young people of Equatorial Guinea, are our hope. If you work to educate yourselves and prepare yourselves in a country at peace, the future is yours, because the country needs you. If we fall into revolutions and internal and fratricidal clashes -which is something we know well in Africa- and what people outside our continent take advantage of, neither you nor we will have a future,” also says the Secretary of PDGE in this message we publish in full in the attachment to this article.
Source: PDGE Press Office
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office