Nine residents from the town of Moka entered their new homes built from permanent materials on Saturday 15th June, thanks to aid from the First Lady, Constancia Mangue de Obiang. The presentation of the homes was made by the Deputy Director General of the First Lady’s Office, Maripaz Asangono.
This is the third presentation of homes in Moka, and the largest, with a total of nine houses. The first took place on 4th November 2018; the second in January 2019, with 5 homes, and with this third the total is now 18 houses that Mangue de Obiang has financed for the reconstruction using permanent materials.
During the presentation of keys, Maripaz Asangono went house to house to make sure everything was in place and the wishes of the First Lady had been met.
Maria Rosa Ganet, Maria Cristina Bielo Eluala, Engracia Seriche, Paciencia Mokata Nome, Maria A�frica Seriche Mba, Narciso Eblole Elitoman, Roberto Ejome Bielo, Librada Mosochi and Constancia Cuembi Malabo were the nine latest residents of Moka to benefit from the generous humanitarian and social work of Constancia Mangue de Obiang.
The 18 homes were built in record time, which did not exceed 365 days.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office