Teg Campus 2019 ends

To mark Telecommunications Day, GITGE organised a technological event in Malabo Sports Centre, where various fans of IT, innovation, science and creativity gathered. At this edition, which concluded on 18th may, there were three winners in the sections of applications, web page and inventor, and other prizes in other categories.

The event included conferences, workshops and video games matches, among many other activities. Over five days it also provided a high speed connection to participants.

First, the Director of GITGE, A�scar Ondo Ngomo, read a report on the activities at the Teg Campus, and then there was a video and presentations of the work done by the young people.

Following that, a speech by the Minister for Transport, the Postal Service and Telecommunications, Rufino Ovono Ondo, brought the event to a close, with the presentation of various prizes, sponsored by various companies, and a group photo.

The most significant prizes were in the three sections: applications, web page and inventor.

In the applications section, the third prize was Juan Carlos Barila, with the Bubi Dictionary application; the second prize went to Miguel A�ngel AAosogo, and the first prize went to Antonio Bielo, with an application on event, service and employment.

In the web page section, the third prize went to Fermin Copoboru Loeri, with the Goncebe page, which is particularly suitable for educational centres and the Ministry for Education; the second prize went to Levi Barila, with the page for SEGESA employees, and the third prize went to Arcadio Nsue, on the game of akon online.

In the inventor section, the third prize went to Ruben Ondo and the first to the creators of a smart stick for the blind.

After the presentation of prizes, the event concluded with a group photo.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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