Presidential decrees

President of the Republic, S.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has signed the decrees which stipulate the dismissal of the Director-General of Protocol and Ceremonies in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and the Ambassador of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Yaunde (Cameroon), and the Counsellor of the Embassy in the Republic of Congo, in addition to the orders of designation in the Houston Consulate (United States) and the United Arab Emirates.

President of the Republic, S.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo signed decree numbers 101/2019 dated 17 July which stipulate the termination of posts in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, the Ambassador in Cameroon and Brazzaville and the orders of designation dated 17 July in the Houston Consulate (United States), and in the United Arab Emirates Consulate.

The Presidency of the Republic has sanctioned several decrees today as follows:

1. Decree of dismissal for Martina Mosugu Oyana in the position of Director-General of Protocol and Ceremonies in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

2. Anastasio Asumu Mum in the position of Ambassador of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Yaunde (Republic of Cameroon).

3. Rafael Mba Esangui in the position of Counsellor in the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in Brazzaville (Republic of Congo).

3. Magdalena Nfono MaAana Ada in the position of Ambassador in the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Addis Ababa (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia).

Designation Decrees:

1. Hermenegildo Madiba Bolopa, Counsellor in the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in Brazzaville (Republic of Congo).

2. Roman Obama Ekua Abeme, Consul General of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Consulate accredited in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

3. Martina Mosugu Oyana, Vice-consul of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea General Consulate in Houston (United States of America).

4. Roque Ndong Nguema, First Secretary in the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in Addis Ababa, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

5. Magdalena Nfono MaAana Ada, Second Secretary in the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in Addis Ababa, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

6. Asuncion Nzemo Engo Eyang, Third Secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea accredited in Addis Ababa, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

Source Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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