On Monday 8th April, the First Lady of the Nation, Constancia Mangue de Obiang, held three audiences with the Vice-Minister for Trade and the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Companies, Domingo Mba Esono, the President of the Constitutional Court, and the Vice-Minister for Education, University Teaching and Sports, Maria JesA�s Nkara Owono.
After attending the IV Conclave on the India-Africa Partnership Project, the Vice-Minister for Trade and the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Companies, Domingo Mba Esono, reported to the First Lady on the initiatives from the forum that could benefit our country, such as raising the levels of entrepreneurship capabilities for Equatoguinean women, and an increase in productive activities in rural areas, among other topics.
Mangue de Obiang also spoke to Fermin Nguema Esono Mbengono, President of the Constitutional Court, to whom she expressed her concern regarding the proliferation of cases of the rape of minors in our society.
Finally, Constancia Mangue de Obiang received the vice-Minister for Education, to look at how to combat juvenile delinquency and the need for integrated centres in the country.
The audience at the People’s Palace in Malabo took place in the presence of Ernesto Valentin Ndong Mba, Adviser to the Presidency of the Republic in the First Lady’s Cabinet.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office