The events in Malabo during the semifinal between the teams from Ghana and Equatorial Guinea have generated the call for numerous demonstrations and peaceful marches to reject all violence of any kind. The PDGE has led these calls.
Incidents caused by a group of violent people during the Equatorial Guinea-Ghana match have resulted. The following day, in numerous statements of regret by the institutions, and also fans of the Nzalang, who in public and private media complain that, because the actions of a few people, there was a violent day in what has been an enviable championship, organized in record time, and has become a festivity for African sports.
The Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) led the call for the major marches that were organized to reject these actions, and especially to appeal against violence, and the right of all for peace.
In the city of Bata, the Secretary General, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, met with the militants and citizens to spread this message. Osa Osa Ecoro was accompanied by members of Government and heads of the COCAN GE.
Meanwhile, in the capital, Malabo, it was the Deputy Secretary General, Maria Leonor Epam Biribe, who read the message of rejection and condemnation of these acts, accompanied by the Prime Minister of the Government for Administrative Coordination, Vicente Ehate Tomi, and other officials of the ministerial departments and members of the PDGE.
Text and Photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene and Miguel Angel Andjimi (D.G. Base Internet).
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office