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The President decorates Alejandro Asumu

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – November 19th, 2012

The ceremony began with the speech of the Minister of Youth and Sports, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, who once again brought to mind the diverse range of sports victories that the country has been earning during recent years, and expressed the list of professional victories of Alejandro Asumu Osa and his triumph in the World Kick-Boxing Championship held in Romania, in the month of April of this year.

Next, the reading of the decree was carried out, by which the Presidency of the Republic granted to the athlete the Order of Independence of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. The award was granted by the Chancellor of the National Orders, Antonio Obama Ndong; followed by the placing of this insignia by the same Head of State, who took advantage of the occasion to award a bank check valued at twenty million cfa francs as an incentive for Asumu Osa.

The Vice President of the Republic, in charge of Presidential Affairs, Ignacio Milam Tang; the presidents of the other constitutional departments; some members of the Government; presidential advisers; the Secretary-General of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, Lucas Nguema Esono Mbang, as well as the presidents of the different sports modalities that are practiced in the country attended this ceremony.

The President of the Republic not only recommended that the Government supervise the maintenance and take care of all the most outstanding athletes, but also that it request possible support for any project that this professional may present in order to promote the sports modality of kick-boxing in Equatorial Guinea.

Furthermore, the Equatorial Guinean leader also granted an audience this weekend to an official delegation from the Republic of Benin, led by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Jonas Aliou Gbiang. The four personalities that comprise the delegation expressed several subjects regarding its mission before the government of Malabo

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