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Birthday of Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue

posted by – June 27th, 2012

The Second Vice President of the Republic, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, celebrated last June 25 his birthday with a series of events in the city of Bata, with sports, a Thanksgiving Mass, different shows and great musical performances.


The events began in the morning with sports activities in the categories of athletics, basketball and football in the Nkoantoma area, with the participation of youths of both sexes.

In the Bata Cathedral the Thanksgiving Mass took place, after which most of the attendees accompanied the guest of honor to the Sports Center Stadium of Nkoantoma to witness the final of the Trophy Nguema Obiang Mangue, which pitted the teams of Akonangui F.C. against the Atletico of Malabo F.C., with the victory of the former by 1-0. After the match, the Vice President proceeded to the presentation of the trophies, medals and economic incentives for the winners of each sport.

The last venue of the commemoration of the birthday of Nguema Obiang took place in the new Hotel Ibis, located on the boardwalk, in the Udubuandjolo area, where they held a gala dinner attended by families, companies established in Bata, special guests among whom were beauty queens, including Miss National Equatorial Guinea and Miss Production TNO (Teodoro Nguema Obiang) and the representatives of some African countries such as Benin, Cameroon, Togo, Senegal, South Africa and Mali.

Next performed Moroccan arts groups (traditional dance), Magic System; Bessoso, the Spanish guest star Chenoa, who performed live her greatest hits, including “Last Dance”, in homage to the American star Donna Summer.

Another performance that caused great impact was the Salsa group from the Dominican Republic, which even got the Vice President himself to dance, causing several participants to do so with their partners.

The last performance was that of rapper Fat Joe, who with his casual style, broke the current protocol at the party, turning it into a makeshift nightclub where all the guests continued until dawn.

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