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Success Stories

Let The Good Times Begin: Esther Bolekia

Let The Good Times Begin Esther Bolekia “KNOWING THE HISTORY OF A PERSON, CAN HELP YOU UNDERSTAND WHY YOU MAKE CERTAIN DECISIONS” – ESTHER BOLEKIA SAYS ASKED ABOUT HER ORIGINS AND HOW IT ALL BEGAN. Born in Spain with ancestry from Equatorial Guinea, Esther is a road engineer, founder and [...]read more

Shakira Akabusi: Strong Like Mum

Shakira Akabusi: Strong Like Mum Shakira Akabusi is a pre and postnatal fitness expert. A daughter of an Olympic medalist Kriss Akabusi, there’s no wonder that sports and fitness were always a vital part of Shakira’s life. A motivational speaker, writer, and mother of two, she’s also a founder of [...]read more

Redefining success from football to education: Jacinto Ela Eyenne

Redefining success from football to education: Jacinto Ela Eyenne Jacinto Ela Eyenne was the first Spanish player younger than 20 to play in the Premier League. His professional football career took him across Europe playing with top-tier team. But since retiring from the game aged 26, Jacinto has come to [...]read more

Basketball without borders: Oscar Ngomo

Basketball without borders: Oscar Ngomo Rootencial presents Óscar Ngomo Nfumu, a Madrid local born in July 1990. He and his parents, who hail from Equatorial Guinea, moved to Tarragona around his ninth birthday, where his prodigious sporting talents flourished. Today, Óscar combines his basketball career with studying for an undergraduate [...]read more

The goal of conviction: Eloy Edu Nkene

The goal of conviction: Eloy Edu Nkene Pootencial interviews Eloy Edu Nkene, an Equatorial-Guinean by birth who left his country at the age of 14 and followed his mother and younger sister, Leticia, to Spain. Eloy moved to Spain in search of opportunities. He always dreamt of becoming a footballer. [...]read more

The power of discipline: Ruth Ndoumbe Nvumba

The power of discipline: Ruth Ndoumbe Nvumba Rootencial interviews Ruth Ndoumbe Nvumba, a 29-year-old triple-jumper born in Madrid to parents originally from Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Ruth tells us about her career as a professional athlete. Being black does not mean that you are going to be excluded, you are [...]read more