Equatorial Guinea expels Adventist missionary

Authorities claim FM transmitter was illegal satellite rig Jun 11, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Mark Kellner, Adventist Review The West African country of Equatorial Guinea last month expelled a Seventh-day Adventist missionary who was serving as president of the denomination’s local mission in the capital city, Malabo. Manuel García-Cáceres was expelled from Equatorial Guinea after serving 13 months as president of the Adventist mission in the capital of Malabo

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