Jesusa Obono Engono Nchama meets Equatoguinean students in China

The delegation from the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, which is on an official visit to the People’s Republic of China, led by Jesusa Obono Engono Nchama, the Deputy General Secretary, in the name of and representing Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, held a meeting on 21st March with the student body.

The thirty PDGE militants making up the delegation were subjected to a warm welcome at our country’s embassy, by the diplomatic corps led by the Ambassador, German Ekua Sima Abaga, and Equatoguinean students from various Chinese cities.

Jesusa Obono Engono used the occasion to greet, encourage, advise and instruct the young people on their mission and the Government’s plans for the future regarding them, so that they may assume the generational handover responsibly and safely, and contribute to the development of our country.

The General Secretary also gave the good news regarding the extension of student grants, this time for post-graduates, offered by the Chinese Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

Thanks to the good management of foreign policy by our country, and the excellent relations of cooperation between China and Equatorial Guinea, promoted by H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the numerous Equatoguinean students in the Asian country was rising further. In addition, Obono Engono invited them to promote union, solidarity and harmony within the group.

Before concluding his speech, the Deputy Secretary presented the students with the clothes and statutes of the party, together with economic aid.

The occasion also served for the delegation to listen to the concerns of the student body, through Santiago Gabriel, in his capacity as student representative; who first declared his joy at the visit, which shows the importance given by the PDGE to Equatoguinean youth.

Among the concerns and suggestions, Santiago Gabriel condemned the scams suffered by some Equatoguinean students, and the failed mercenary attack of 24th December.

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

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