Decrees on dismissals and appointments

The President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo signed decrees of dismissals and appointments for the Ministry for Education, University teaching and Sports.

The Presidency of the Republic has today sanctioned various decrees as follows:

1. -Decree number 137/2019, of 31st October, ordering the cessation of Pedro Mabale Fuga Afang in the post of Secretary of State for Sports at the Ministry for Education, University Teaching and Sports.

2. -Decree number 138/2019, of 31st October, ordering the cessation of Pascual Ondo Mesa in the post of Secretary of State Charged with Primary and Secondary Teaching at the Ministry for Education, University Teaching and Sports.

3.- Decree number 139/2019, of 31st October, ordering the cessation of Senior Officials and Associates at the Ministry for Education, University Teaching and Sports.

1.- Pedro Esono Nsue General Secretary.

2.- Antonio Eneme Asumu, Director General for Planning, Educational Development and Education for all.

3.- Acacio Mba Ndong Eseng, Director General for Secondary Education.

4.- Marisol Efiri Nkogo Abegue Director General Charged with Infant and Primary Education, and Literacy.

5.- Armando Ndemesogo Esono, Director General for Physical Education and Sport.

6.- Ambrosio Mba Fadipe, Director General for Youth.

7.- Prudencia Lora Kamo, Director General for Educational and Sports Infrastructures.

8.- Carmelo Cluse Chapa, Director General for Professional Technical Training.

9.- Isidro Joaquin Obama Nkogo, Director General for Protocol of the First Vice Prime Minister and Minister for Education, University Teaching and Sports.

10.- Patricio Bacale Mba Medja, Director General for Sports Medicine and Anti-doping.

11.- JesA�s Eto Nso, Regional Delegate from the Ministry for Education, University Teaching and Sports.

12.- Gaudencio Nkisogo, Regional Inspector for Education in the Continental Region.

I thus order through this Decree, issued in Malabo on the thirty-first day of the month of October, two thousand and nineteen.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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