The MbaAe neighbourhood, a new enclave located in the municipality of Rebola and the area of Ela Nguema, was visited early on 7th March by the Prime Minister of the Government, Francisco Pascual Pbama Asue.
The main aim of the visit by the Prime Minister was to check on communication difficulties in the neighbourhood of this community, and the problematic access to drinking water.
Accompanied by the Minister for Public Works, Housing and Town Planning, Diosdado Nsue Medja, and Reginald Asu Mangue, Deputy Minister, Obama Asue toured the neighbourhood from the road which leads to Rebola to the area by the Argentina Institute in Ela Nguema.
This route showed the need for a mapping and improvement of the communication access route with a bridge. Furthermore, drinking water wells are necessary, while the process of channelling the public water supply continues.
In order to address this need, the Prime Minister indicated to Public Works chiefs that, within a month, they would present the corresponding projects and budgets to the Government.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea