Equatoguinean students graduate from University of Miami

In recent years and in parallel to the construction of large universities that the Government is executing throughout the country, there has been a huge interest in the extension of their studies by Equatoguineans of both sexes, both in the National University, and in other foreign universities, such as the Atlantic University in Miami, Florida (United States).

Among the aims outlined by the Government under Horizonte 2020, the training sector stands out as a basic tool for the growth of any country on the road to emergence.

The students that graduated last weekend in Miami were Baltasar Ndjeng Mesian Abaga, who received a doctorate in Political Science, and Armando Ela Nsue Mangue, who received a masters in Family Law.

The two expressed their satisfaction in contributing towards the aims of the Government, and thus thanked the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for his promotion and support, as thanks to the climate of peace in the country, any Equatoguinean can today further their studies at any university in the world, for the development of Equatorial Guinea.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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