Inspections by Prime Minister in Rio Campo and Mbini

The series of inspections being made by the Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, of various areas in the continental part of the country, continued on Tuesday 6th August in the cities of Rio Campo and Mbini, respectively. The aim of these visits was to see first hand the needs of the populations in the cities.

The municipality of Rio Campo was the first stop for Obama Asue, where he visited the Government Delegation, the hospital under construction, and the Enriqueta Mokumbue tourist complex, among others, and later held a meeting with military and civil authorities and the general public.

Juan Mama Manga, mayor of Rio Campo, representing the population in the town, presented the problem of flooding in the area during the rainy season, and the delay in the process of completing the work on the hospital in the area.

As a consequence, Obama Asue formed a commission to study the presented problems, made up of the heads of Interior and Local Corporations, Faustino Ndong Esono, and Public, Works, Housing and Town Planning, Diosdado Nsue Medja. They will present him with a report on the matter in a week.

Following that, the delegation, which also included the Minister for Public Works, Housing and Town Planning, Diosdado Nsue Medja, set out for the city of Mbini, where they saw the damage to the road leading to the city, such as the sinking of the Sendje bridge, and some bumps along the entire length and width of the road surface.

In fact, Obama Asue expressed indignation at the current situation regarding the road and with the construction companies, as the work provides no guarantees for the Government, who placed its trust in them, or for the population, as the final beneficiary of the infrastructures.

Once in the city of Mbini, the Prime Minister visited the hospital under construction in this tourist city, and saw first hand the poor quality of the building work, and as a consequence, the poor appearance of the building.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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