The Riaba PDGE Monitoring Commission met local authorities, related organisations and militants in general on 27th April to evaluate the activities carried out, during the official visit of the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, during his recent State visit to Riaba, and the inauguration of the new Urban District of Maule within this jurisdiction.
The meeting took place at the new PDGE headquarters opened during the tour, and was overseen by the president of the Monitoring Commission, Vicente Ehate Tomi, who opened the meeting with the party’s brotherhood anthem and a minute’s silence in memory of the militants who died in the district in recent months.
There were five points on the agenda at the meeting on the State visit by the presidential couple, and the members of each commission presented their reports on the work done during the political event, and a justification of the costs of their economic assignations, followed by comments and proposals for improving any other event of this nature which will take place in the district.
The meeting also revealed the reflections, advice and congratulations from the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, to the entire population of the district, for the undoubted conviction to the PDGE and the initiative of the presidential couple to transform Riaba into a more modern city through the construction of new infrastructures.
In his evaluation, Vicente Ehate Tomi said he considered the visit by the Head of State and his entourage to Riaba a success, and congratulated all the commissions, local authorities and support staff for the good work and for having reserved for the President the warmest reception and happiest stay in the district.
Ehate Tomi also invited all those present at the meeting to always work as a team in order to improve the district, reminding them that next 18th April will see the consecration of the new church in Maule to the Virgin of Fatima, an event that will be overseen by the Bishop of the Diocese of Malabo, Monsignor Juan Nsue Edjang.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office