Meeting at the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

The Secretary General of the department, Santiago Nseng Mengue, representing the Minister, provided guidance to the heads of the delegation of Bata to bring to fruition the projects established for 2015. He announced that they will take measures with those who do not attend their jobs.

Santiago Nseng Mengue chaired the meeting on behalf of the Minister, Alfredo Mitogo Mitogo, accompanied by the Regional Delegate of the same Ministry. The meeting was attended by regional, provincial and district delegates and other officials of the department and took place after the conclusion of the first meeting of the board of directors, which was held in January.

The meeting was held at the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce of Bata, and the Secretary began by outlining the priorities for this year: “In the board of directors meeting they discussed the issues that form the basis of the journey of the Ministry for the fiscal year of 2015, and priority projects for the development of forestry agriculture in our country, in view of the development program of Equatorial Guinea Horizon 2020.”

Within the agenda, Santiago Nseng Mengue invited the professionals of the department and the agricultural sector to redouble their efforts to have good tangible results for the benefit of our country.

During the meeting, the Secretary also talked about certain officials who do not go to work and are missing or working in other companies and do not sign the attendance sheets. He said he has the responsibility to verify the situation, and develop appropriate measures against it, according to the existing laws.

Finally, he asked those present to implement the measures taken at the board of directors meeting that was just held, and has asked the heads of Agriculture for “teamwork, to respect the administrative hierarchy, punctuality and constancy in their work posts, among other obligations required for public service.”

Text and photos: Miguel Angel Andjimi Ndong (D. G. Base internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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