Minister for National Security sends off students who are to study in Swaziland

Around 30 young Equatoguineans have left Malabo to train as police officers in the Kingdom of Swaziland. The Minister for National Security, Nicolas Obama Nchama, saw off the group in the presence of the Deputy Minister, Heriberto Meco Mbengono.

The Minister of State for National Security, Nicolas Obama Nchama, when seeing off the scholarship students, told them that the three-year training they were going to receive in the Kingdom of Swaziland was aimed at guaranteeing the incorporation of professionals with respect to national security.

Obama Nchama also asked the young people to adopt military discipline, respect the laws in the country where they are going to be trained, take full advantage of the training opportunity, and defend the image of Equatorial Guinea.

The students, who left Malabo on Wednesday 19th April, were accompanied by the Deputy Minister, Heriberto Meco Mbengono.

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

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