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Pefaco Hotel Alima Palace 5*, hosts the 11th edition of the Oscars of the Congolese Press

The 11th edition of the Oscars of the Congolese Press took place at Pefaco Hotel Alima Palace 5*, in Oyo, Republic of Congo, on the 13th of March 2015. This edition was dedicated to the late First Lady of Gabon and daughter of Congo’s head of state, Edith Lucie Bongo Ondimba.

The ceremony gathered the experts of the Congolese Journalism and press mass media, as well as other leading figures, such as the First Lady of Congo, Antoinette Sassou N’Guesso. In total, 17 Oscars were awarded during this edition, the first one that took place outside of Brazzaville since the initiative was set in motion in 1995, by its promotor Adrien Wayi Lewi.

Pefaco Hotels, the hotel division of Grupo Pefaco, finances, designs, builds and operates hotel complexes in West Africa (Republic of Togo) and in Central Africa (Republic of Congo). Pefaco Hotels offers the opportunity to experience business and leisure travel as never before in Africa, in modern buildings with high-tech facilities and a service to match their guests’ highest standards.

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The African Committee gathers at Pefaco Hotel Alima Palace to discuss a UN reform

An African Committee gathered in Congo, at the Pefaco Hotel Alima Palace in Oyo, in order to discuss what they consider an injustice: the absence of African countries in the Security Council of the United-Nations (UN).

The meeting gathered various leading figures of the African continent: Denis Sassou-N’Guesso, President of the Republic of Congo, Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Ernest Bai Koroma, President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Nouri Abu Sahmain, President of the general congress of Libya, Secretaries of Foreign Affairs of Namibia, Zambia, Senegal, Kenya and Uganda, amongst others. They all wished to share their concern about African countries joining the Security Council.

Some important newspapers published reports on the meeting: State House (The government of Sierra Leone), Leadership (Nigeria) and Afrikanspot.

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