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New decrees of appointments and dismissals in Equatorial Government

posted by – August 29th, 2012

The President of the Republic just approved several presidential decrees that present the dismissals and appointments of senior officials, most of them have occurred in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.


On Monday, August 27, the national news media announced the Presidential Decrees numbers 118, 119, 120 and 121, dated August 23, sanctioned by the Head of State, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, through which the following dismissals take place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Benjamín Maye Ntutumu, in the office of Director General of Human Resources, Marcos Ndong Edu, as Director General of Protocol; Heriberto Obiang Asumu in the post of Director General. Moreover, it also announced the resignation of Emerenciana Obiang Esidang, as Inspector General of Services in the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.

Among the new appointments, dated August 23, 2012, we can highlight those of Marcos Ndong Edu, as First Secretary of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in the French Republic; Benjamin Maye Ntutumu, in the post of First Secretary of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in Geneva (Switzerland) and Maria Africa Angue Edu, Third Secretary of the Embassy of Equatorial Guinea in France.

Furthermore, and also in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Heriberto Obiang Asumu was appointed new Director General of Protocol; Emerenciana Obiang Esidang, new Director General of Human Resources; Isabel Oyana Ayomo, Ambassador in charge of Lusophone Affairs, Domingo Nguema Edu Ambassador responsible Franophone Affairs and Eusebio Ondo Oyono, Ambassador for Iberian-Latin American Affairs.

Among those appointed are also Francisco Javier Ndong Mosuy, Ambassador in charge of Consular Affairs at the Bata Regional Delegation; Pedro Nguema Ndong, as Regional Delegate of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Bata and Domingo Mituy Edjang, as Regional Delegate of Bata.


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