Consuelo Nguema Oyana, Minister for Social Affairs and Gender Equality, spoke on 28th June at the 30th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum in Geneva (Switzerland), in representation of the First Lady of the Equatorial Guinea, Constancia Mangue de Obiang.
Nguema Oyana, in her address, stressed that, while education was important, experience shows that it is not enough; solid investment in leadership programmes for women and young people is also essential. In addition, she added that women must continue to believe in their potential as players for social change and assume commitments to peace.
The minister confirmed that the Equatoguinean Government led by H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo places Equatoguinean women and young people as true agents for change.
Accompanying the minister was Nicanor Ondo Munsuy Andeme, second secretary from our diplomatic representation in Geneva, and the technical head from her cabinet, Pedro Alogo Ondo Abeku.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office