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Equatorial Guinea pledges two million barrels of oil for Ghana

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Equatorial Guinea has pledged to supply Ghana two million barrels of oil every year.

The President of the country, Teodora Obiang Nguema Mbasogo made the pledge at the end of a four-day official visit to Ghana last Friday September 10, 2010. Equatorial Guinea has already made the first delivery of oil last August, according to a GNA report.

During the visit, the two countries signed agreements on cooperation in the areas of fishing, education, hydro-carbon energy, electricity, maritime and transport, tourism, promotion of women and gender equality as well as labour and social affairs.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

Equitorial Guinea pledges two million barrels of oil for Ghana
Equitorial Guinea has pledged to supply Ghana two million barrels of oil every year.
The President of the country, Teodora Obiang Nguema Mbasogo made the pledge at the end of a four-day official visit to Ghana last Friday September 10, 2010. Equitorial Guinea has already made the first delivery last August, according to a GNA report.
During the visit, the two countries signed agreements on cooperation in the areas of fishing, education, hydro-carbon energy, electricity, maritime and transport, tourism, promotion of women and gender equality as well as labour and social affairs.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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2 comments

  1. Teodora Obiang Nguema Mbasogo should realised that corruption breed poverty, civil unrest, lack of development, lack of Education and slavery to citizens of each nation and that in it self breed endless crime in society.

    Every nation success dependss on good governance, Education, highly Mechanized Agriculture, as well ass Reseach and Development which is key.

    Having few rich folks doesn’t mean anything in every society and in every society success depends on the strength of the people or citizens, that involves Education, R&D (Research & Development).
    Stealing from the nation’s fund is denying their basics neccessities such good drinking water, education, food and shelter as well as success in competing globally.

    AFRICA need to learn and must learn fast!!!!!!

  2. It’s a step in the right direction, we don’t want to be in those long queues again.Don’t fail us !!