Following the first generation of Equatoguinean students to graduate in the Kingdom of Swaziland in 2014, this year saw the second intake. On 22nd June they were officially received by the high commissioner of the National Police in the Kingdom of Swaziland, at a warm and effusive welcoming ceremony.
The event took place at the headquarters of the police training school in the city of Manzini, and was attended by senior members of our diplomatic mission in Swaziland, accredited in the Republic of South Africa.
Leading the senior delegation was the Equatorial Guinea Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to South Africa, Francisco Edu Ngua Mangue, who in his words of advice to our student cadets at the Mathapa Police College in Manzini, wished the 30 Equatoguineans the best of luck:
Take advantage of the opportunity provided by both the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and the Kingdom of Swaziland, because many other young people and students from our country also wanted to be here where I find you today, but they did not enjoy the same luck as you. For that reason, I wish you the best in your pursuit to complete this training cycle successfully in the name of our beloved country, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea”, said Ngua Mangue at the ceremony.
His words and praise were applauded by all those present at the grand hall for ceremonies and events at the Mathapa Police College in the city of Manzini. Following that, the students responded through a song for the audience, showing them as good ambassadors for our country: We are all one family, we are all one nation, we represent a continent, we represent a flag, we are here representing the Republic of Equatorial Guinea”.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea