Swaziland to train 30 police commissioners for Equatorial Guinea
Around 30 young people from Equatorial Guinea have left Malabo to train as police commissars in the Kingdom of Swaziland. The Minister of National Security, Nicholas Obama Nchama, dismissed this group in the presence of the Delegate Minister, Heriberto Meco Mbengono.
As Nicholas Obama Nchama said at the time of farewell, yong men will receive three-year training. He also asked them to adopt military discipline, respect the laws of the country in which they are to be trained and defend the image of Equatorial Guinea.
The students, who left Malabo on Wednesday, April 19, have been accompanied by the Minister Delegate, Heriberto Meco Mbengono.
On the photo: Nicholas Obama Nchama