Who could you see eating human steak first? Hillary or Trump? I am pretty sure Hillary snacked on Vince Foster's earlobes The 74-year-old took control of the country in 1979, and is referred to as the "torturer-in-chief" following his reported sadism The president of Equatorial Guinea may not be a household name - however those who have survived his brutal regime claim he is pure evil. Teodoro Obiang Nguema, 74, has ruled over the country since 1979. Known as "torturer-in-chief", his rise to power saw him overthrow his uncle - Francisco Macias N'Guema - taking revenge after the ruler had his family murdered. Since taking power, those who politically opposed him have been subjected to torture and oppression. However many claim his depravity goes even deeper. It is alleged that Nguema is a cannibal. Getty Deposed Guinean President, Francisco Macias N'Guema in 1979 Those who make the claims say that he believes by eating his political opponents, his sexual prowess is boosted. Getty A political meeting in Equatorial Guinea prior to the country's first election since gaining independence from Spain in 1968 Severo Moto, a political rival of Nguema, said in a 2004 interview with Spanish radio: "He has just devoured a police commissioner. Getty Teodoro Obiang Nguema, President of Equatorial Guinea, speaks during the United Nations General Assembly in 2009 "I say devoured because this commissioner was buried without the testicles and the brain. Getty Francisco Macias Nguema in 1970 "[He] wants me to go back to Guinea ... [so he can] eat my testicles." Getty Teodorin Nguema Obiang, the son of Equatorial Guinea's president Teodoro Obiang and the country's vice-president in charge of security and defence Nguema is also said to have skinned opponents alive and has eaten their brains. But as he remained in power for so long, he is said to increasingly believe himself to have God-like powers. Getty Getty President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema speaks during the Second Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit at Sipopo Congress Center in Malabo in 2014 One of his former advisors has said of Nguema: "He can decide to kill without anyone calling him to account and without going to hell because it is God himself, with whom he is in permanent contact and who gives him this strength." Getty Equatorial Guinea soldiers There are rumours that he now suffers from prostate cancer, however this has not been confirmed. Getty Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema attends the 2015 African Cup of Nations final football match between Ivory Coast and Ghana in 2015 His son, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, 46, who serves as a vice president, would be his natural successor.