New Vice Consul of Equatorial Guinea in Senegal

On December 27 the presentation took place of the new Vice Consul of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Dakar (Senegal), Teodora Oyono Ndong. The 46th Anniversary of National Independence was also celebrated in this capital.

The Equatorial Guinean colony residing in the Republic of Senegal celebrated late this Saturday, December 27, the 46th Anniversary of National Independence, which took place on October 12, 1968.

The emotional ceremony during which the Vice Consul of Equatorial Guinea accredited at the embassy in Dakar, Teodora Oyono Ndongalso, was also officially presented, took place in the Hotel Lafifa of this capital, in the presence of Senegalese authorities, diplomats, civil servants of the consulate and young Equatorial Guineans who are studying in various universities in the West African country.

Speaking at the ceremony, the consul Francisco Javier Edu Ondo Mbang, said that the Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a nation that is advancing steadily to achieve the goals it has set. He also invited his fellow citizens to preserve peace, an element that guarantees the economic and social development that exists in the country, under the personal leadership of the President, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo: “Thanks to peace, the presence of Equatorial Guineans is being noticed, both in Senegal and abroad, to receive education in different universities, in order for each of them to contribute in the development of the nation.”

The Equatorial Guinean diplomat also praised the efforts of the Head of State in his task of transforming the places that make up the country, through the Horizon 2020 plan, whose ultimate goal is the welfare of the entire population.

After the singing of the national anthem, the Equatorial Guinean colony and guests made a toast to this anniversary, the appointment of the new vice-consul and the holidays. The celebration was enlivened by the Equatorial Guinean artist Roky Kilimanjaro.

Text and photos: Maria Jesus Nsang Nguema Nchama (Presidential Press)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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