Authoritarian rule, alleged corruption and barrels of oil....Equatorial Guinea's president has something of a reputation. Yet Teodoro Obiang Nguema holds on to power, winning the most recent polling with almost 94-percent of the vote. But was the April election free and fair? In this week's One-on-One with Peter Clottey, Peter talks with former US ambassador John Bennett, who served in Equatorial Guinea and has become one of Obiang's harshest critics.
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