Head of State inspects various building sites in Djibloho

On Wednesday 12th July, the capital of the province of Djibloho welcomed a visit from the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, as part of his activities scheduled for his stay in the Continental Region.

The President of the Republic went to Djibloho to inspect various infrastructure projects that the Government is carrying out, such as the continuing building work on this new province in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

Guided by the Vice-Minister, Charged with Infrastructures in Djibloho, Enrique Ovono Ondo, and the Vice-Minister for Public Works and Infrastructures, Fidel Nsue Micha, together with the mayor from the city, Florentino Ncogo Ndong Eyenga, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, in addition to looking at the current state of official buildings under construction, such as ministries, social housing, churches and roads, also identified land for the implementation of other work included within the Government plan for the city, with the laying of the first stones expected in the near future.

The visit served to check on the work that is being done, with a view to the official opening of some of the finished projects, and the laying of first stones for the start of other Government projects.

The Head of State has come to inspect the work at our invitation, and we would like him to supervise the steps we are taking”, declared Enrique Ovono Ondo.

For his part, the mayor expressed the satisfaction of residents in the area on receiving the Head of State, in a visit that will move forward the growth of this administrative area.

The inhabitants of our province are pleased by the presence of H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, and by the identification of land to continue the construction of other official buildings”, he declared.

The President also went for the first time to the new Urban District of Oyala, where the laying of the first stone was left over from the latest State tour.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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