From 8th to 10th July, at the Hotel Beatrice in Kinshasa, the Central African Football Federations’ Union (UNIFFAC) Congress took place, at which they elected the new Executive, on which Equatorial Guinea will hold the vice-presidency for the next two years.
From 8th t0 10th July, the President of the Equatoguinean Football Federation (FEGUIFUT), Andres Jorge Mbomio Nsem, took part in the UNIFFAC Congress, which took place in the city of Kinshasa, where the new Executive was elected.
On the agenda at the congress was the election of the new President and Executive. There were two candidates for the presidency, Jean Michel Mbono, from Congo Brazzaville, and A�douard Patrice Ngaissona, from Central African Republic.
The winner was Jean Michel Mbono, who obtained six votes in favour, and one null vote. For the vice-presidency, Andres Jorge Mbomio Nsem obtained seven votes in favour of the seven cast, and will hold the vice-presidency for the next two years.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea