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Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo

Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo (1950), is a writer, journalist and politician from Equatorial Guinea. He has been deputy director of the Spanish-Guinean Cultural Centre of Malabo, director of the Centre of African Studies at the University of Murcia, and visiting lecturer at the University of Missouri. In 1983, along with Severo Moto, he co-founded the Progress Party of Equatorial Guinea. Exiled in Spain since 1994 because of his opposition to the government of Teodoro Obiang, he is Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Equatorial Guinea Government in Exile, which has its headquarters in Madrid. Among other works, he is author of the novels Las tinieblas de tu memoria negra (Shadows of Your Black Memory, Swan Isle Press, 2007), El metro and Los poderes de la tempestad (The Power of the Storm), all of which are published in Spanish by Edicions El Cobre.

Update: 7 September 2010


Has participated in

Broken Dreams. Africa 1960-2010

Lectures and Screenings