Nguema Obiang Mangue visits Musola military training centre

After having witnessed, on 31st May, the navy exercises which took place in Malabo, the Vice-President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, continued with his work schedule at the Musola training centre.

The Vice-President went to Musola within the framework of his concern for the good state and functioning of the national military corps.

His arrival was met by some 760 trainers and recruits from the various corps that make up the national army. The visit comes within the action plan for the ministries in his charge for 2019.

During his visit, the head of the armed forces and State security saw various exercises by the troops, consisting in hand fighting and combat, shooting in three positions; lying, kneeling and standing, advancing towards the enemy, and shooting with two arms and reloading.

At the Musola academy, the Vice-President was told about the operation of the training centre for human resources in military matters, and the details they were lacking, such as a lack of medicines, the need for an electrical generator, and a maintenance company.

It is the fourth time this year that the Vice-President of the Republic has held a meeting with the military personnel. The two previous meetings took place in Bata.

Source: Vice-President of the Republic’s Press and Image Office

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