Liberian Journalist Detain after Reprinting Equatorial Guinea President’s Cannibalism Story

Liberian Journalist Detain after Reprinting Equatorial Guinea President’s Cannibalism Story Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

After the Britain’s Daily Mail website’s news on the President of Equatorial Guinea alleging for cannibalism a Liberian news paper editor published an article of it which leads him to end up in jail.

On the original article posted last Sunday the president accused of eating testicles, brains and livers which was later copied by the Liberian publisher.

 

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