Head of State’s tour to begin on island of Annobon

The State tour that the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, will make of the entire nation will begin on 15th February on the island of Annobon. This information was provided during a meeting between the General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) and the heads of the district structures of the party from the Insular Region.

The General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, during the meeting with the presidents of the District Councils and District monitoring Commissions from Annobon, Malabo, Luba, Baney and Riaba, held at the headquarters of the party in Malabo II, reported coordination details relating to the organisation of the State tour that president H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo will make throughout the nation, and which will begin in the Insular Region, specifically in the province of Annobon.

Osa Osa Ecoro also reported on activities planned for the tour, including the laying of the first stones in various development projects that the Government has planned to undertake throughout the country, and the opening of various building projects and infrastructures completed throughout the nation and the new urban districts, with the aim of facilitating access to the services offered by the administration to all the inhabitants of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea from their corresponding jurisdictions.

In order to better organise the tour, the PDGE General Secretary urged those responsible for the Councils and District Monitoring Commissions to get involved in both the organisation and the implementation of the activities planned for the start of the State tour, placing special emphasis on the cleaning and preparation of cities, in order to pay tribute to the Head of State and his entourage a warm reception. He also mentioned the mobilisation of the militancy to the places visited, and the organisation of performances by folk and entertainment groups.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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