Gulf of Guinea Commission official wants strategy for revitalization
Luanda - The executive secretary of the Gulf of Guinea Commission (CGG), the Nigerian Florentina Adenike Ukonga, defended on Wednesday in Luanda, a common strategy of the member states to address the challenges faced by the organization.
The official said so when speaking at the opening act of experts meeting that is preparing the 10th ordinary session of the Council of Ministers of the organization, whose date will be set at this meeting, to end on Thursday.
Florentina Ukonga recalled that the last session of Heads of State and Governments of GGC, held in 2013 in Malabo, recommended for a boosting of the institution, stressing that today the same problems continue, hence the need to find solutions to overcome them.
The Gulf of Guinea Commission groups Angola, Nigeria, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Sao Tome and Principe, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The GGC is struggling with issues of maritime security and contributions of the memberships.