The Minister of Information, Press and Radio, Eugenio Nze Obiang, met with the technical and administrative staff of Radio Bata, Radio y Television Asonga Bata and the regional delegation.
The first contact and presentation of the new leader of the national media took place with the staff of Radio Bata and the regional delegation, and served, among other things, for the presentation of the projects in the department, and to establish their roadmap.
During the meeting, Eugenio Nze Obiang referred to the extension of the programming of Radio Television of Equatorial Guinea throughout the national territory, enriching and changing its content. He also talked about the rational use of the goods of this State agency, the training of human resources and motivation of their workers.
The live broadcast of news in Equatorial Guinea and abroad, through mobile units purchased by the Government was another issue addressed in this meeting.
– “Our President’s desire is to see an improvement in all forms of media in our country; therefore, spares no effort in allocating resources to resolve this situation,” said Nze Obiang.
In conclusion, the head of Information asked the civil service staff to respect the schedules and the administrative hierarchy and to stay in their workstations. The miscellaneous issues with different points of view of the participants and a group photo ended this first meeting of Eugenio Nze Obiang in Bata.
Following this meeting, the Minister held another meeting on Wednesday, April 29, with the staff of Radio Television Asonga Bata, in the headquarters of this institution.
In addition to encouraging and congratulating the attendees for their professionalism, Nze Obiang gave several guidelines for the better functioning of the body; among them, he warned about the slander of some international press and false information about the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. In this sense, he warned the country’s press to do a decent job that can counteract the lies that are transmitted by the international press.
After his speech, some of the attendees inquired about the issues addressed.
The meeting was attended by the director Rafael Toladano; the Chief of staff, Luis Mario Osa, and the head of information services, Raul Obiang Nsue, among others.
Text: Miguel Angel Andjimi Ndong and Pilar Cecilia Ayecaba Ndong
Photos: Miguel Angel Andjimi Ndong
(D. G. Base Internet Team)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office