The First Lady, Constancia Mangue de Obiang, held several audiences on 10th May. Among other figures, she received the wife of the French Ambassador in Malabo, and Sor Pilar A�lvarez, a Maria Auxiliadora missionary.
The Doctora Honoris Causa in Social Sciences began her schedule with talks held with the wife of the French Ambassador in Malabo, Rita Constant, with whom she spoke about matters of social interest, particularly those affecting the infant population.
Constancia Mangue de Obiang also received a delegation from Maria Auxiliadora from Ela Nguema, led by Sor Pilar A�lvarez, who came to ask for help from the First Lady in order to extend the Maria Auxiliadora complex, and the construction of a professional centre for young people.
A commission led by the vice-president of CANIGE, Eulalia Envo Bela, and made up of the senator Maria Teresa Avoro Nguema, among others, was also received by the First Lady, to whom they reported on the Conference on Economic Recovery, Leadership, Peace and the Empowerment of African Women, held on 3rd and 4th of November 2017, in Dar Es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania.
The Adviser to the Presidency of the Republic in the First Lady’s Cabinet, Ernesto Valentin Ndong Mba, assisted Mangue de Obiang during the audiences.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea