The Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has traveled to this important maritime institution, based in London, to present the achievements of the candidates, as part of his activity in the election campaign.
Thus, Nvono-Ncá explained to Gisela Vieira, Acting Head of the Maritime Safety Section of the International Maritime Organization, that the maritime policies implemented by the current government of Equatorial Guinea are beginning to become visible through agreements that have materialized with countries highly positioned in the maritime sector, such as Spain and Argentina.
Likewise, the Ambassador reported that, according to the latest polls, everything points to the candidate Obiang Nguema Mbasogo being the clear favorite in these elections, which will take place on November 20. “I qualify the next vote in favor of President Obiang as the vote of thanks for his life in exchange for protecting our country,” said Nvono-Ncá.
I rate President Obiang’s upcoming vote as a vote of thanks for his life in exchange for protecting our country.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
«Countries are not built in a day nor are they modernized overnight. The current government has known how to invest the benefits of oil in the progress of the country and the well-being of its population”, concluded the Ambassador.