E. Guinea – Obama Asue Congratulates The Ministry Of Information

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The Prime Minister of the Government, in charge of Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, presided over the meeting of the Directing Council with the directive of the Ministry of Information, Press and Radio. In addition to congratulating the department for its work, it has also recalled the challenges it must face for its smooth operation.

The council was held on Monday morning, January 30, at the ministerial headquarters of Malabo II, with the assistance of the Minister of Information, Press and Radio, Eugenio Nze Obiang; The Secretary of State, Miguel Angel Obiang Avoro and directors and heads of departments of the directorates general of the ministry.

The Prime Minister, at the beginning of the meeting, congratulated the Ministry for its work and also reminded the sectors that must improve for its proper functioning: “At the end of the exercise it is necessary to analyze what has been done, and what remains do. The Government has established a program and it is the one that we must fulfill “.

Among the items on the agenda of the Directing Council was the department’s action plan. In this section Obama Asue has said that a work plan based on clear priorities should be developed; Establish indicators to analyze the proper functioning of the plan and follow up on it.

He has also insisted on the training of human resources, because when qualified personnel are available, it is possible to work effectively.

In addition to the intervention of the Minister of Information, the department directors have also informed the Prime Minister about the functioning of their organs, their achievements, the support they need, and some of the shortcomings they entail.

Text: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (DGPWIGE)
Photos: Julián Engonga (Press Prime Minister)
Equatorial Guinea Information and Press Office

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