Government The Prime Minister in the celebration of patron saint festival of St. Elizabeth To mark the celebration, on Tuesday, November 17, the festival of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, patron saint of Malabo, a Eucharistic ceremony was held at the Cathedral of the capital, and was attended by the Prime Minister of the Government, Vicente Ehate Tomi along with the mayor and members of the Government.


On Tuesday morning, November 17, the Catholic Church commemorated with a Eucharistic ceremony the festivity of the patron saint of Malabo, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, in the Holy Cathedral of the city.

The event began at approximately 10:30 a.m., with the arrival of the authorities, headed by the Prime Minister of the Government, Vicente Ehate Tomi, who was accompanied by the Mayor of Malabo, Maria Coloma Edjang Bengono, members of the Government, the full City Council of Malabo, and the faithful Christians present. Among the attendees were also the newly elected Santa Isabel beauty queens 2015. They are Diana Julieta Angono Ondo, winner of the contest; Gladys Engonga Ebang, First Runner Up, and Rosa Mansueto, Second Runner Up.

After the Mass, there was a traditional procession of the Virgin through the streets of Malabo, accompanied by the authorities and the faithful, with their songs and prayers.

Text and photos: Sarilusi Tarifa King
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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