Visit to the thirty cadets in Swaziland

Members of our diplomatic mission in Pretoria, led by Francisco Edu Ngue Mangue, Republic of Equatorial Guinea Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador before the Government of South Africa, with accreditation in the Kingdom of Swaziland, made a working visit to the thirty Equatoguinean student cadets training at the Royal Police School in Matsapha.

The knowledge the cadets are acquiring is given entirely within the structure of preparation for police officers at Matsapha Police College; training covering the responsibilities and duties of a police officer, criminal law, crime prevention, criminal procedure, domestic violence, first aid, statutory law and traffic law, and also moral and scientific training.

For his part, the Ambassador Francisco Edu Ngua Mangue, when addressing the students, could not hide his awe on receiving such good reports from the teachers.

You should be aware that this training is the result of the good relations between our two countries and the firm will of our President, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and His Majesty King Nswuati III, within the framework of the training of human resources for the police force”, he affirmed.

After the ceremony, the diplomat met students at a one-off meeting, in which he wished them every success in what remained of their training.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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