The former general coordinator of ASHO, Diosdado Moule Muena, wrote to Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro to ask forgiveness for some mistakes in recent months. Therefore, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro took the opportunity of the inauguration ceremony of the new coordinator to forgive Moule Mueña, on behalf of ASHO and the entire party. The original letter from Diosdado Moule to the Secretary General is attached.
The statements Diosdado Mueña Moule made some months ago, after being dismissed as General Coordinator of the Association Children of Obiang (ASHO), led to some verbal sparring between him and some of his colleagues of the association. Moule Mueña complained, among other things, of having been dismissed from office for belonging to the Bubi ethnic group, which is something the members ASHO and PDGE did not take well, who do not make a difference based on ethnicity, or other reasons.
However, once time had passed, the former coordinator repented of his words and wrote to the Secretary General of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, to express regret and apologize for everything that happened.
The event of taking office of Francisco Senoko Batapa as the new Coordinator of the Association Children of Obiang (ASHO) last weekend was precisely the moment when Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro took the opportunity to express publicly that both the PDGE and ASHO have already forgiven Diosdado Moule Mueña for those unfortunate statements. Therefore, the ceremony also served as an act of reconciliation with the outgoing coordinator.
Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro used this meeting to address Diosdado Moule on behalf of all his colleagues, and say that he was forgiven, precisely because the PDGE philosophy is “do good and avoid evil” and “work for unity and equal integration of all the brothers of Equatorial Guinea, without differences or ethnic discrimination.” In fact, said the Secretary General, the new ASHO coordinator that was chosen also belongs to the Bubi ethnic group.
Osa Osa Ecoro clarified that this was not a forgiveness on his own name, nor particular in any way, but a forgiveness that came from the brothers of the Association Children of Obiang and the PDGE, which also tended its hand to in order to continue working together, following always the guidelines of the Founding President of the Party Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
Despite the distorted versions that were published on some websites, the reconciliation ceremony served, as the Secretary General said, as a real demonstration of the major ethical and professional bases that the Democratic Party of Guinea Equatorial postulates and defends: unity, reconciliation and integration among all the people of Equatorial Guinea. Forgiveness and solidarity among all brothers, despite the faults and errors of each. And, of course, “always do good and avoid evil.”
Meanwhile, the new coordinator of the ASHO, Senoko Batapa, will, therefore, have the opportunity to lead this important faction of great mass movement which is the PDGE, and promote the political dynamism of youth within the party.
Source: Press Office of the PDGE
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office