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With reported backing from wealthy British citizens, including Mark Thatcher, they attempted to overthrow the government and install Severo Moto Nsa, a prominent exiled politician, as president in exchange for lucrative oil concessions. Later dubbed the "Wonga coup," the effort failed spectacularly when ...
"I know that because Severo Moto Nsa and Ely Calil were the two people who hired me to lead the 2004 attempted coup d'etat against the regime." Teodorin is standing trial before the International Court of Justice under charges of embezzlement and corruption, with a complaint that he used his former ...

He said that the other people plotting to overthrow the president were Ely Calil, a Lebanese businessman; Severo Moto Nsa, Equatorial Guinea's opposition leader; and William Bourdon, the lawyer for Transparency International, the anti-corruption group. “I concluded a pact with President Obiang.
... presented the Metropolitan Police with a dossier of evidence that Mr Calil allegedly gave up to £700,000 to support the overthrow of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema. Aides close to Mr Calil have confirmed he backed exiled opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa but denied involvement in an illegal coup.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph at his home in Toledo, Severo Moto Nsa admitted hiring the British mercenary Simon Mann but denied any knowledge about Sir Mark Thatcher's alleged involvement. Mr Moto accused Western countries of collaborating with Equatorial Guinea's repressive regime in return ...

In his testimony in a Paris court, he also accused William Bourdon, a lawyer for the anti-corruption NGO Transparency International, of being part of the alleged plot, as well as exiled opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa and Lebanese businessman Ely Khalil. Both Mr Moto and Mr Khalil were involved in the ...
British mercenary Simon Mann, the leader of the failed attempt by British financiers to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea in 2004, ...

He said that the other people plotting to overthrow the president were Ely Calil, a Lebanese businessman; Severo Moto Nsa, Equatorial Guinea's opposition leader; and William Bourdon, the lawyer for Transparency International, the anti-corruption group. “I concluded a pact with President Obiang.
When Spain granted asylum to Equatoguinean opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa in 1997, Obiang, in a bizarre fit of pique, changed the ...
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph at his home in Toledo, Severo Moto Nsa admitted hiring the British mercenary Simon Mann but denied any ...
The mercenaries had planned to replace President Obiang with Severo Moto Nsa who had fled the country and lives in Spain. Mr Mann ...
British mercenary Simon Mann, the leader of the failed attempt by British financiers to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea in 2004, ...
When Spain granted asylum to Equatoguinean opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa in 1997, Obiang, in a bizarre fit of pique, changed the ...
Aides close to Mr Calil have confirmed he backed exiled opposition leader Severo Moto Nsa but denied involvement in an illegal coup.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph at his home in Toledo, Severo Moto Nsa admitted hiring the British mercenary Simon Mann but denied any ...


 

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