Transform the lives of Equatorial Guinea’s oppressed citizens by working with them to end government impunity and advocate for lasting democratic reforms.
Tutu Alicante is from Annobón, Equatorial Guinea. Before founding EG Justice, Tutu worked as a legal consultant with international NGOs, promoting legal accountability and transparency in the extractive industry. He has also worked as an employment attorney with Southern Migrant Legal Services, where he represented migrant farm workers. Tutu holds a Masters in Law degree from Columbia Law School and a law degree from the University of Tennessee.
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