The headquarters of the Palace of Justice in Malabo was in mourning on the morning of 8th October, in homage to the former Presidential Adviser from the Supreme Court of Justice, Antonio Maria Mba Mifumu, who passed away on 21st September at the La Paz Clinic in Malabo.
Several Government figures attended the posthumous event, including the presence of the Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue; the President of the Senate, Teresa Efua Asangono; the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Gaudencio Mohaba Mesu; the Ombudsman, Marcelino Nguema Onguene; the two Vice Prime Ministers, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy and A�ngel Mesie Mibuy; the Minister for Justice, Worship and penitentiary Institutions, Salvador Ondo Nkumu, and the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, David Nguema Obiang Eyang, among others. A representative of the family of the deceased read his biography, which included both his personal education and the posts he held during his professional career.
Furthermore, there was a speech by a representative from the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), where he was a professor. The President of the Supreme Court of Justice was the last to express a message of condolences to the family of the deceased; reaffirming that during his professional career he contributed to the better functioning of the administration of justice, where he held senior positions at the Supreme Court of Justice, in addition to being a professor at the School of Judicial Practice, As a person he was a friend due to his nature and congeniality, and we are grateful for the service he gave during his professional career”.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office