Medical letter writing action: Equatorial Guinea: Federico Nsono Eyenga, Laurentino Jesus Nsue and a third person
The three people above were badly beaten in police custody in early July 1993. All suffered serious injuries, with Federico Nsono Eyenga and the third un-named man requring admission to hospital. The men, industrial engineers with CEGESA (Compania Electrica de Guinea Ecuatorial), the national electricity company, were responsible for the electricity supply to the area of Malabo where the parliament is situated. The three were arrested when a power cut occurred on 2 July 1993, as President Obiang Mbasogo was about to make a speech. The three were released without charge when the cause of the failure had been traced to another station.
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