The Republic of Equatorial Guinea now has an industrial complex for meat and dairy products, located in the district of Riaba, and called Hacienda Marcos Obiang Nguema Nsue, in honour of the farmer who tended the land, which was previously known as the MA�Aoz Estate. The opening ceremony for the complex was overseen on 10th June by the presidential couple, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, and Constancia Mangue de Obiang, and was attended by senior figures from the country.
A senior figure from the Abayak business group spoke at the ceremony, to provide details on the industries at the hacienda, installations designed to create products for national consumption, in what is another proposal to promote and generate national employment.
For his part, the Head of State congratulated the First Lady, who had been willing to become involved in a project to create employment, and provide national food products to the markets.
The hacienda has two production industries; pork meat, called SeAor Cerdo, which houses an experimental farm dedicated to the reproduction, rearing and fattening of animals; and Dos Cabras, which produces goat’s milk for the manufacture of cheese, yoghurt and derivatives. Apart from these two factories, the complex also has a residence for employees, a restaurant, a church, a clinic, a military camp and a school.
The priest’s blessing, the cutting of the ceremonial ribbon, and the first mass said by Monsignor Juan Nsue Edjang in the new church, preceded a tour by the presidential couple of the various installations at Hacienda Marcos Obiang Nguema Nsue.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea