Equatorial Guinea : a model of emergence according to Professor Kalamba Nsapo

President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo chairing a meeting on the preparations for the 50th anniversary of Equatorial Guinea's independence. Photo : Republic of Equatorial Guinea Government

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Douala, Cameroun (ADV) – Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the Equatorial Guinean president, is a man whose pan-Africanist ideas disturb imperialist actions; hence the daily’s relentlessness of the neo-imperial industry against his country. However, far from stopping him, all this helps to boost him more, to motivate him to go to the end of its approach and its pan-Africanist struggle; for Africa in general, and for Equatorial Guinea in particular. Back on the course of a man who contributed to making his country what it is today. A journey to the heart of a new oil African Eldorado.

When, in June 2018, the professor, Kalamba Nsapo (Dean of the Faculty of Intercultural Studies of Brussels) publishes at the Editions Cheik Anta Diop, the famous book, entitled OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO: The pharaoh builder of the African renaissance. An example of “Pan-Africanism-Action”, he was far from imagining the dazzling success that his book would encounter just a few months after its release. The reason is simple however: the African personality described, does not speak much, he acts and he builds. He is a man who has made pan-Africanism-action his personal commitment, better, his workhorse.

The book you needed alongside another

The book OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO: The pharaoh builder of the African renaissance. An example of “Pan-Africanism-Action” by Professor Kalamba Nsapo published by Cheik Anta Diop on June 4, 2018, is, as the author himself says in the back cover, a review of Obiang’s book The Pan-Africanist Idea Nguema ” by Jean Koufan Menkéné, January 30, 2018 at L’Harmattan.

By this review, the author of OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO: The pharaoh builder of the African renaissance. An example of “Pan-Africanism-Action”, wishes that his book be a source of inspiration for other heads of state and the actors of various institutions with panafrican vocation; because, for him, it is the living testimony of a pharaonic work that must absolutely serve as an example, source of inspiration and stimulus for other African leaders.

“The present pamphlet,” says Professor Kalamba Nsapo, speaking of his book,” has the dexterity to discern and the merit of revealing to humanity the ontological essence of a great statesman in the person of HE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the father of the Equatorial Guinean revolution. The hermeneutical analysis of this pre-eminent essence of his Great Pan-Africanist Work leads one to postulate, in all legitimacy for that matter, that he is indeed a Pharaoh builder of the African Renaissance.

In this book, as in the other, is presented the fight for a free Africa, dignified and respected on the international scene through the vision of a man converted to Pan-Africanism ideology: Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

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Grand Protector of Science and Global Scientific Research, winner of the Trophy Trophy awarded by a group of African academics and fellows from the USA, India, France and Tunisia, President Obiang has today to his credit, a panoply of innovative and pan-Africanist actions whose illustrations are innumerable.

From Malabo to Bata via Mongomo, Mongomeyen, or Djibloho, Equatorial Guinea, in the last 10 years, has developed at a blazing speed and, as such, has nothing to envy of the American-Western world.

In the footsteps of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi

The President of Equatorial Guinea is also the one who takes, inescapably, intrepidly the way of Gaddafi.

In an interview with a Cameroonian media in 2013, he severely criticized NATO interventionism in Libya: “Our country was the only nation to raise its voice against the countries that attacked Libya and attacked Gaddafi” . Analysts say the defense of Gaddafi and his Pan-African legacy is an integral part of President Obiang Nguema’s fight.

The views expressed are the author’s and do not necessarily represent positions of ADV press agency

© Bur-csa – N.A / From our regional correspondent Vanessa Ngadi Kwa – African Daily Voice (ADV)