Equatorial Guinea confirmed its candidature to host the 1st International African Motor Show

The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, yesterday ratified Equatorial Guinea’s candidacy to host the 1st International Motor Show of Africa for the next 5 years.
As reported a few weeks ago, the Minister of Energy and Industry of Equatorial Guinea, Miguel Ekua Ondo, signed in July an agreement of intent, which now translates into ratification, with the Enjeux Group, thus becoming the last African country candidate to host this great international event.
In particular, Nvono-Ncá met with Kinoss Dossou, President of the Enjeux Group, to endorse the words and commitment made by the Vice-President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue.
The Enjeux Group will announce around the last week of October or the first week of November which country will be chosen to host the 1st International African Motor Show, which will be organized over the next five years. The final phase of this selection is made up of a total of three African countries, including Equatorial Guinea.
The date on which the first edition of this major event in Africa will take place will be announced in January 2023 during the Brussels International Motor Show.