The Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, has visited the administrative buildings that were damaged on 22nd March by strong winds, after the Government designated funds for their rehabilitation.
The first stop on this round of visits was in Evinayong, where the Governor of Centro Sur, Jaime Mandongo Mandongo, showed the Prime Minister the repairs made to the administrative complex in the area.
In the region of Akurenam, the Government delegate, Ambrosio Anvene Ndemesogo, took Obama Asue to see the scope of the rehabilitation work, bringing him up to date with all the particulars regarding the administrative complex and the Ines Cente in Akurenam.
The capital of Wele Nzas, Mongomo, was the final place visited by Obama Asue. There, the Government member was taken by the Governor of the province, Baltasar Meba Esono, to inspect the work to the Government Delegation, and the administrative complex and public prison in the area.
The Prime Minister of the Government reviewed the progress of the work, in addition to bringing to the attention of district and provincial executives the imbalances discovered in the past. Before leaving the inspected areas, he issued instructions to the representatives of each sector, and was told of the needs regarding certain buildings, with respect to their subsequent replacement.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea