The Presidential couple visits the Mass on the occasion of the Working Women's Day
Yesterday, on March 8, a solemn Mass on the occasion of the Working Women's Day was held in the church of the city of San Jose, the capital of the province of Centro-Sur. Mass was attended by President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, First Lady Constance Mange de Obiang, Chairman of the Council of the Republic Ignacio Milam Tang, leaders of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), government members, presidential advisors and numerous local residents.
The Mass was served by the pastoral vicar of the south of the country Thomas Nguema Nsi, the texts from the Holy Scripture were read by the Minister for Social and Gender Equality, Consuelo Ondo Nsang. In his sermon, the priest referred to the Gospel of John, in particular the episode at the wedding in Qana, from which it follows that the Christian approach to the relationship of the sexes is based on true equality and mutual respect.
The local residents present thanked the head of state for his visit and expressed their joy over the fact that San Jose became a city with a developed modern infrastructure.
On the photo: Presidential couple during the solemn mass