On April 30, 2018, the President of the Republic, His Excellency Mr. Denis SASSOU NGUESSO, in his capacity as Grand Master of National Orders, signed decrees decorating certain agents of the National Society of Petroleum of Congo on the occasion the 20th anniversary of its creation.
Mr. Maixent Raoul OMINGA, Director General of the SNPC Group, was raised, on an exceptional basis, to the rank of Commander of the Congolese National Order of Merit.
By Decree No. 2018-174 of 30 April 2018 appointing as a normal order in the order of Congolese devotion, 8 officers were appointed to the rank of Officer and 15 to the rank of Chevalier.
By Decree No. 2018-179 decorating the medal of honor in the order of the medal of honor, 136 agents of the group SNPC were decorated with the rank of the gold, silver and bronze medal.
For the staff of Pointe-Noire, the decoration ceremony took place on Wednesday, May 09, 2018 at the home of the Congolese refinery, the Coraf. The ceremony of Pointe-Noire took place in the beautiful home CORAF, the refined Congolese decorated majestically for the occasion. She was patronized by the Grand Chancellor of National Orders, representing the Head of State accompanied by the Chancellor, Technical Director.
Placed, under the direction of Mr. Christian MABIALA, Director of the Establishment representing Mr. Maixent Raoul OMINGA Director General of the SNPC, in the presence of all the Directors General of the subsidiaries and Central Directors of the SNPC present in Pointe-Noire, happy Recipients and some agents of the SNPC Group, the demonstration gave the measure of the confidence that the Head of State has placed in the SNPC.
After the word of use of the Director of the Establishment, who was kind enough to welcome the Grand Chancellor and the follow-up that accompanied him, Mr. MABIALA congratulated the happy recipients by asking them to do even more. efforts to be able to earn more recognition. Addressing the other agents who could not receive decoration, he urged them to work more hard and said that the fact that they were not honored this time did not mean that they were not honored. in demerit.
Taking the floor, the Chancellor Technical Director read the decree issued by the Grand Master of National Orders, and invited the recipients to prepare to receive their honorary title.
For the needs of the ceremony, a sample of 17 people received with all the honors, the prestige of the national orders.
The 17 people received in turn their medals, affixed by the Grand Chancellor himself. The ceremony was embellished with a lunch-dance, animated by local musicians who played their part well, supported from time to time by the artist-musician, Jean Bruno Abona, Chief Production Officer at the Congolaise de Refining ( Coraf).