Editor's Review

The KMI motorshow will be held from September 15, 2023, to September 17, 2023.

NCBA has committed to sponsoring the Kenya Motor Industries (KMI) motor show, which will be making a comeback after a four-year break. 

NCBA in a statement on Monday, June 19 announced that it would offer Ksh 8 million to facilitate the event which will be held from September 15, 2023, to September 17, 2023.

“This marks an exciting milestone for us at NCBA as we are pleased to announce that we will be the official title sponsors at Kes. 8 Million of the event. The event is making a comeback after a 4-year break. This year’s edition dubbed the NCBA-KMI Motorshow promises a bigger and better experience and will be held from Sept 15th – Sept 17th, 2023,” read the statement in part.

File image of NCBA CEO John Gachora

NCBA also stated that the 2023 KMI motorshow will attract over ten thousand people who will have the opportunity to explore, experience, and witness a diverse range of automotive segments, exhibitions, and cutting-edge products and services in the market.

“With over 50 exhibitors showcasing their offerings, the event will feature a diverse range of automotive segments, including construction, agriculture, mining, trucks, mass transport, and passenger cars. In addition to the dealers, we will have auto accessory vendors and ancillary service providers, creating a one-stop shop for all things automotive.

“Visitors can expect to witness the latest offerings in the market, with opportunities to explore, experience, and engage with the cutting-edge technologies and innovations on display. The event will attract over 10,000 attendees,” NCBA stated.

NCBA further noted that an entry fee will be charged during the motor show.