Equatorial Guinea's Obiang Shield Son From Arrest

Analysts see President Obiang's appointment of his son Teodorín to the country's diplomatic mission to Unesco as a ploy to shield him from the ongoing investigation into alleged corruption and money laundering by high-level officials from Equatorial Guinea.
  • Equatorial Guinea:   Obiang Seeks to Protect Son From Law

    allAfrica, 31 May 2012

    If only African leaders put as much time, resources, and creativity into enforcing the law as they do trying to evade it. While politicians viewing themselves as above the law is… Read more »

The oil rich country has some of the lowest health and education levels in the world.

President Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea at the 17th Ordinary Africa Union Summit.

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