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President of Equatorial Guinea sanctioned several presidential decrees and orders

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H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo passed in Bata, on March 2 and March 9, six presidential decrees and two orders, in exercising the power granted him under the Basic Law of the State.



According to the Order dated March 9, 2012, and in exercising the powers granted to the President of the Republic, in Article 39, paragraph g) of the Basic Law of the State, and for convenience of better service, the removal of Tito Mba Ada from the office of First Secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Sao Tome and Principe was ordered.

Furthermore, he also sanctioned Decree No. 17/2012, dated March 2, by which Felipe Ondo Nsue Ada was named Presidential Counselor of the Government for Primary and Secondary Education in the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

According to Decree No. 18/2012 dated March 2, Peter Mabale Fuga Afang, who held the post of Director-General of Youth and Sports, has been appointed Presidential Counselor for Youth and Sports.

Martin Pedro Ndong Nkumu, who was responsible for the Secretariat of the Federation of Equatorial Guinean Football (FEGUIFUT), has been appointed Secretary-General of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, according to Decree No. 19/2012, dated March 2.

Decree No. 20/2012 dated March 2, has appointed Lorenzo Bakale Ondo Asangono, Director-General, Office of the Minister of Youth and Sports.

According to Decree No. 21/2012 dated March 2, Patricio Bakale Mba has been appointed Inspector-General of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

Decree No. 22/2012, dated March 2, appointed Pedro Ndong Osa Regional Inspector of Roads and Tolls in the Continental Region.

And finally, in the Order dated March 2, 2012, Josefa Asong Nguema was appointed Regional Delegate of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Promotion of Women.

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