The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, ratified yesterday the candidacy of Equatorial Guinea to host the I International Automobile Exhibition in Africa for the next 5 years.
As we reported on this website a few weeks ago, the Minister of Energy and Industry of Equatorial Guinea, Miguel Ekua Ondo, signed an agreement of intent in July, which now translates into ratification, with the Enjeux Group, thus becoming the last African country to host this great international event. Specifically, Nvono-Ncá has met Kinoss Dossou, President of the Enjeux Group, to endorse the words and the commitment adopted by the Equatorial Guinean Vice President, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue.
The Enjeux Group will announce around the last week of October or the first week of November who will be the country chosen to host this first International Motor Show in Africa and that it will be organized over the next 5 years. The final phase of this selection is made up of a total of three African countries, among which Equatorial Guinea stands out. For its part, in January 2023, the date on which the first edition of this great event in Africa will take place will be announced during the Brussels International Motor Show.