The potential of the African diaspora

The Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, held an interesting meeting with Simeon Ndaye, Vice-president of the committee of the Belgian political party Mouvement Reformateur (MR), at the Town hall in the area of Jette, in Brussels. The two spoke about the importance of African citizens living in Belgium seeking to show their potential, with the aim of defending their rights and exploiting all possibilities in European society.

As a clear example, the example was raised of the recently appointed first black mayor in Belgium, the politician Pierre Kompany.”The African diaspora resident in Europe must make use of its potential and capacity to respond to the expectations provided by the European market”, stated the Ambassador, Nvono-Nca.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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The potential of the African diaspora

The Equatorial Guinea Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca, held an interesting meeting with Simeon Ndaye, Vice-president of the committee of the Belgian political party Mouvement Reformateur (MR), at the Town hall in the area of Jette, in Brussels. The two spoke about the importance of African citizens living in Belgium seeking to show their potential, with the aim of defending their rights and exploiting all possibilities in European society.

As a clear example, the example was raised of the recently appointed first black mayor in Belgium, the politician Pierre Kompany.”The African diaspora resident in Europe must make use of its potential and capacity to respond to the expectations provided by the European market”, stated the Ambassador, Nvono-Nca.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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