Synonyms for nguema or Related words with nguema

obiang              mbasogo              callejas              guterres              rocafuerte              heureaux              guebuza              nhamadjo              esono              carazo              illueca              mugica              engonga              serifo              nemesio              semedo              labastida              vizcarrondo              almeyda              capriles              arosemena              barbachano              capitanich              nsue              noboa              sagasta              chissano              galtieri              balladares              colom              arnulfo              balmaceda              zuazo              bareiro              silvino              videla              gabino              doroteo              eurico              orejuela              escalona              fadul              nyusi              yegros              severiano              quinteros              ndong              garaikoetxea              gamarra              batlle             



Examples of "nguema"
Justo Nguema Nchama (born 3 December 1988), known as Papu, is an Equatoguinean football midfielder, who plays for Sony de Elá Nguema in the Equatoguinean Premier League. He is a brother of former Gabonese international player Théodore Nzue Nguema.
Jean-Baptiste Nguema Abessolo, also seen as J.-B. Abessolo-Nguema, (born 15 February 1932) is an educator and writer of Gabon.
Teodoro Obiang deposed Macías Nguema on 3 August 1979, in a bloody "coup d'état". Macias Nguema was tried and executed soon afterward.
Other means by which members of Nguema/Mongomo group enrich themselves include "sweetheart" co-investments with foreign companies (deals with such favorable terms they cannot logically be passed up), rigged contracts, bribes from foreign companies to the Nguema/Mongomo group, and monopoly arrangements for all Nguema/Mongomo enterprises involved in the petroleum and gas industry.
On 3 August 1979, he was overthrown by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. Macías Nguema was captured and tried for genocide and other crimes along with 10 others. All were found guilty, four received terms of imprisonment and Nguema and the other six were executed on 29 September.
On August 3, 1979, he was overthrown by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo. Macías Nguema was captured, tried for genocide and other crimes along with 10 others. All of them were found guilty, four received terms of imprisonment, while Nguema and the other six were executed a few weeks later on September 29.
It is the birthplace of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
From Mongomo originated the nation's first president Francisco Macías Nguema and of the current President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, hence the name the clan of Mongomo to define those belonging to his ruling clique.
The President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, is a former Governor of Black Beach Prison and his uncle and predecessor, Francisco Macías Nguema, was executed here after he was overthrown in a 1979 coup d'état.
"Tatoosh" was hired for £400,000 by Teodorín Nguema Obiang, the son of Equatorial Guinean president Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for a Christmas cruise when he entertained rap singer Eve.
Nguema is a talented player with great athletic skills, very good defender and great penetrator inside.
Obiang reportedly favours his son Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue to succeed him.
Steve Wilfried Nguema Ndong (11 December 1971 – 25 September 2009) was a Gabonese judoka.
Jean-Pierre Nguema died on 5 December 2008, at the age of 76.
Nguema may refer to two different post-colonial leaders of Equatorial Guinea:
Later, during the reign of Francisco Macías Nguema, his troops slaughtered the Bubi.
Lucas Nguema Mbulito is the Chief Executive Officer of SEGESA Holding, appointed May 2015.
Balboa has another cousin basketball player, Richard Nguema, who played with, amongst others, Real Madrid.
Francisco Macías Nguema of the Popular Idea of Equatorial Guinea won the presidential election, defeating Prime Minister Bonifacio Ondó Edu in the second round. Macias Nguema led the field in the first round; eliminated candidates Atanasio Ndongo and Edmundo Bossio endorsed Macias Nguema in the second round. Ndongo became Equatorial Guinea's first Foreign Minister and Edmundo Bossio became its first Vice-President. Edu was executed on Macias Ngeuma's orders shortly after independence.
Francisco Macías Nguema (born Mez-m Ngueme; Africanized to Masie Nguema Biyogo Ñegue Ndong) (1 January 1924 – 29 September 1979) was the first President of Equatorial Guinea, from 1968 until his overthrow in 1979. Nguema is considered to be one of the most brutal and corrupt dictators in modern African history. His catastrophic reign resulted in a widespread brain drain that Equatorial Guinea has still not recovered from.