Activities in Congo Brazzaville to mark 40th Anniversary of Freedom Coup

The Equatorial Guinea diplomatic mission in Congo Brazzaville began various activities planned for the 40th Anniversary of the Freedom Coup, also known as Armed Forces Day, beginning with a thanksgiving mass, said by the Reverend Commissio Giuseppe, Charged with Business from the Republic of Congo Apostolic Nunciature.

During the homily, he highlighted the virtues of a leader and also recognised the difficult nature of leading such a complex institution as a State.

before the end of the thanksgiving mass, the head of the mission expressed thanks to all those taking part in the mass, particularly the Congo Brazzaville Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea.

Another of the activities organised by the embassy was a visit to the Yamba Ngai orphanage, where the Equatoguinean Ambassador, Samuel Ateba Owono Iyanga, showed solidarity with this most vulnerable layer of society. To do that, he delivered various essential articles to the 34 orphaned children at the institution, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Brazzaville. According to the Ambassador, these donations are the fruits of good Government policy in Equatorial Guinea.

For his part, the head of the orphanage thanked the Equatorial Guinea diplomatic mission for thinking about these children, as they were the future of the country and the African continent.

The events to mark 3rd August concluded with the final of the trophy between the Equatoguinean resident community and employees from the Central African States Development Bank.

The encounter concluded with the result of three goals to one in favour of the Equatoguinean colony resident in Brazzaville, who were proclaimed champions of the 3rd August Trophy 2019 in Congo Brazzaville, and the cup was presented before various guests and the Equatoguinean colony resident in the country.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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