Equatoguinean presents end of course assignment in Congo Brazzaville

With great enthusiasm, the Equatoguinean Pablo Mitogo Nguema Eyang has presented his end of course assignment entitled: Comparative study of the GSM and PMR Networks, before a panel overseen by Serge Menet and attended by a large audience.

Mitogo Nguema showed his work to the panel of experts in telecommunications for over three hours, and after their deliberations, the project was described as positive.

It should be pointed out that, during the presentation, the Equatoguinean colony in the Republic of Congo Brazzaville was present as a demonstration of the fraternity and great harmony between Equatoguineans.

The Institute for Professional Applicable Teaching, IEPA, was created on 13th July 2009, and is led by Serge Mbemba. Since then, it has launched on the labour market around eight classes of graduates who now work in the subregion.

Amid the joy, the diplomatic mission from Equatorial Guinea in the republic of Congo Brazzaville was represented by the Adviser from the mission, Rafael Mba Esangui Nchama, in addition to the Second Secretary, Teodora Obono Ndong.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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