Members of the Equatorial Guinea Episcopal Conference, led by Monsignor Juan Nsue Edjang Maye, went to the People’s Palace in Malabo to greet and speak to the Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, within the framework of the ties linking the Equatoguinean State to the Catholic Church. The President also received in audience the leader of the Senate, Teresa Efua Asangono.
The audience, which took place a month after the consecration of the new bishops, Juan Domingo Beka Esono, Miguel A�ngel Nguema Bee and Calixto Paulino Esono Abaga, the bishops of Mongomo, Ebebiyin and Evinayong, also served to inform the President of an upcoming provincial meeting.
“We are holding a provincial meeting in order to form the new Episcopal Conference. Following the consecration of the new bishops, we must now create the new Episcopal Conference, the working pastoral structure to carry out tasks”, said the Archbishop of Malabo, before the press.
Also present at the audience was the Bishop from the Diocese of Bata, Monsignor Juan Matogo Oyana.
Following that, the Head of State held a meeting with Teresa Efua Asangono, President of the Senate, from whom he received information regarding the work of the first session of the Upper Chamber.
“It was a working audience, in which I submitted reports to the President regarding the work of the first session of the Senate sessions, recently brought to a close in the city of Bata”, said Efua Asangono, before the press.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea