The 18 Equatoguineans who have studied for three years at the Togo School of Architecture, received their diplomas at a ceremony which took place at the Malabo headquarters of the Ministry for Town Planning.
On 10th January, the Secretary of State from the Ministry for Town Planning, Diosdado Nsue Medja, oversaw the diploma presentation ceremony for students from the Togo School of Architecture, the most prestigious in Africa. Nsue Medja praised the Government initiative to train human resources, in order to contribute towards the progress of our country.
Santiago Eginio Nguema, town planning architect, expressed his commitment to contribute to the development of Equatorial Guinea, while recalling that the nation is in a construction phase, with building sites everywhere, and he affirmed that his work will contribute to this growth.
The beneficiaries of the training also committed to contributing towards national development, as a response to the opportunity that the Government provided for them.
Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (DGPWIGE)
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