Wonders shall never end in Africa as a man and his son rules over their people as president and vice. Dictatorship in Africa took a toll to hinder the progress of some nations.
Since the emergence of democracy, some African countries have been able to maneuver their way to a certain stage which allows citizens to take part in decision making. Ghana is an example of such countries ensuring democracy is not undermined after our forefathers fought for it.
In Equatorial Guinea, one of Africans long-serving president Pres Teodoro Obiang, who has been the president for the past 41 years is now ruling with his son Teodoro Nguema Obiang as his vice president.
Since the discovery of oil in 1995, Equatorial Guinea has become one of sub-Saharan Africa’s largest oil producers. It has subsequently become the richest country per capita in Africa, with a GDP per capital of $21,442, and total $29 billion.
What do you have to say on this? Isn’t this a record in the whole as a father and his son lead a country?