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Famous Equatoguineans

Equatorial Guinea's Information

Flag of Equatorial Guinea
Land Area 28,051 km2
Total Area 28,051km2 (#141)
Population 759,451 (#163)
Population Density 27.07/km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $31.77 Billion
GDP Per Capita $38,700
Currency Franc (XAF)
Largest Cities
People listed are almost always native to the country. We do (on occasion) include those that have either lived within the country for most of their adult life, or have made a significant contribution to the country in their personal endeavors.


  • Placido Mico Abogo politician
  • Maria Nsue Angue writer, politician
  • Genoveva Anonma footballer
  • Lino Sima Ekua Avomo ambassador
  • Paloma Loribo Apo singer, songwriter
  • Celestino Bonifacio Bacale politician
  • Nene Ballina football manager
  • Francisco Malabo Boesa King Malabo II
  • Adolfo Obiang Biko author, politician, freedom fighter
  • Pastor Micha Ondo Bile ambassador
  • Silvestre Siale Bileka former prime minister
  • Cristino Seriche Bioko former prime minister
  • Jose Bokung footballer
  • Justo Bolekia Boleka scholar, writer, politician
  • Paula Barila Bolopa swimmer
  • Juan Balboa Boneke politician, writer
  • Miguel Boriba footballer
  • Miguel Abia Biteo Borico former prime minister
  • Pilar Buepoyo Boseka politician
  • Piruchi Apo Botupa singer, songwriter
  • Emilio Buale actor
C - D
  • Emilio Buale Coka actor
  • Robert Dimarco swimmer
  • Angel Serafin Seriche Dougan former prime minister
  • Cruz Obiang Ebele political activist
  • Juan Carlos Ecomba footballer
  • Bonifacio Ondo Edu former prime minister
  • Eloy Edu footballer
  • Jacinto Ela footballer
  • Leoncio Evita Enoy painter, writer
  • Gustavo "Gus" Envela, Jr. sprinter, actor, politician
  • Gustavo Envela-Makongo, Sr. ambassador
  • Benjamin Enzema athlete
  • Jhon Epam footballer
  • Pelayo Eribo footballer
  • Pablo Ndong Esi footballer
  • Juan Simeon Esono footballer
  • Anselmo Eyegue footballer
F - L
  • Gumersindo Ramirez Faustino political activist
  • Fausto Abeso Fuma ambassador
  • Raquel Ilonbe writer
  • Lino Iyanga footballer
  • Ben Mamadou Konate footballer
  • Juan Tomas Avila Laural writer
  • Bienvenido "Ben" Manga football scout
  • Emiliana Mangue footballer
  • Gerardo Angue Mangue political activist
  • Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue politician
  • Victor Manguire footballer
  • Casiano Mba footballer
  • Miguel Mba footballer
  • Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo president
  • Malabo Lopelo Melaka King Malabo I
  • Emiliano Esono Micha political activist
  • Atanasio Ngongo Miyone musician, writer
  • Eric Moussambani swimmer
  • Cruz Melchor Eya Nchama judge
  • Jose Mba Nchama judoka
  • Juan Ecomo Ndong political activist
  • Reginaldo Ndong track and field sprinter
  • Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo writer, journalist
  • Ricardo Mangue Obama Nfubea former prime minister, lawyer
  • Francisco Macias Nguema first president
  • Justo Nguema footballer
  • Eva Ngui Paralympics medalist, athlete
  • Severo Moto Nsa politician
  • Fabian Nsue human rights lawyer
  • Juanjo Muko Nsue footballer
  • Leandro Mbomio Nsue sculptor, artist
  • Camilo Nvo footballer
O - S
  • Bibiana Olama athlete
  • Emilia Mikue Ondo middle distance runner
  • Candido Muatetema Rivas former prime minister
  • Chupe Salvador footballer
  • Gregorio Manuel Salvador footballer
  • Ignacio Milam Tang former prime minister
  • Antumi Toasije historian, professor
  • Vicente Ehate Tomi prime minister

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This page was last updated on July 10, 2020.

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