Four residents from the city of Baney received their houses on Friday 14th June, following their transformation using permanent materials by the First Lady of the Nation, Constancia Mangue de Obiang, who oversaw the presentation of the refurbished houses to the recipients.
At around 10.45 in the morning, Constancia Mangue de Obiang arrived in the town of Yneba to present the decent houses to their owners, following their transformation using permanent materials. They have electricity and water, and a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and four bedrooms. This is the third presentation of houses by the First Lady in Baney, and now ten houses have been transformed into permanent material in the city.
Emiliana Ndjok Boteke, Carmelo Boko Chicampo, RaA�l Mete Neka and Maricarmen CopoburA� Boko were this time those on the receiving end of the First Lady’s generosity.
Furthermore, during her visit to the town, Mangue de Obiang once again pointed out four houses that will be transformed using permanent materials, given the state they are in, with ten houses remaining to be built in Baney, two for each of the five remaining geopolitical areas of Wachacha, Baney.
In addition, many of the sick in the higher area of Baney have benefited from medical aid, and have been taken to the La Paz Medical Centre in Sipopo, under the auspices of the First Lady of the Nation.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office