Opinion| A country in the central African region has the Nguema family ruling most the cabinet positions.
For starters, the President and Vice President of Equatorial Guinea are the father and son duo, President Teodoro Mbasogo and Vice President Teodoro Mbasogo. The President has rule the nation for over 40 years.
The list below shows the family members and shows what positions they serve in:
Teodoro Nguema Mbasogo- President
Teodoro Nguema Mbasogo Jr- Vice President
Ela Nguema- Presidential Aide
Teodorin Nguema- Forestry Minister
Teodoro Nguema Mangue- Infrastructure Minister
Armengol Nguema- Director of Security
Antonio Nguema- Police Chief
Gabriel Obiang- Mining Minister
Manuel Nguema- Minister- delegate for Interior
Clemente Nguema- Interior Minister
There are also many other family members of the Nguema family who are in political positions. Many family members of the family are also Ambassadors and serve as various political leaders.
President Nguema Mbasogo has been criticised for how he has managed the country.
It is said that he wants his son to become President after him.
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