Appointed head of the National Oil Company of Congo Snpc, on February 28, the new Director General, Maixent Raoul Ominga, took office less than a week later. Succeeding Jerome Koko.
Placing his action under the sign of unity in diversity and self-sacrifice at work, the new CEO undertook to immediately contact staff to open his four-year term as head of the SNPC. .
Limitation of mandate, the rest resulting from the reforms initiated by the Congolese Government to the SNPC, to respond to the global oil crisis that caused the drastic fall in the price of a barrel across the planet. Thus, CEO Ominga addressed all Brazzaville staff as soon as he took office, before going down to Pointe-Noire.
In her speech, Maixent Raoul Ominga engages in strong terms to make a difference in the SNPC, starting with the consolidation of unity within the staff, stating: "Making the SNPC a genuinely National and not a Society of Clans ".