African Public Relations Association (APRA) Felicitates with Liberians and the Newly elected President, George Weah

African Public Relations Association (APRA) Felicitates with Liberians and the Newly elected President, George Weah

The African Public Relations Association ((APRA), Africa’s umbrella body for the practice of Public Relations, celebrates with the Government and People of Libera on it’s recently concluded elections that will lead to a transition of power from one administration to another. We salute the peaceful conduct of the exercise and the engagement of constitutional means to settle disputes rather than the common resort to violence or self help.

Even though Liberia is a relatively small country when compared to several other African nations, and despite previous challenges, she has again shown the way in the pursuit of a peaceful, egalitarian society in line with democratic norms and principles.

APRA congratulates all stakeholders especially the President Elect George Weah who by his story and subsequent election, has raised the voice of young Africans and given fresh hope that they can aspire to whatever height they dream of, as long as they set their minds

APRA now looks forward to a revitalised Liberia building on the gains of the outgoing administration. Though there is still quite a distance to travel, APRA encourages the President Elect to utilise all available resources at his disposal, both within and outside Liberia, to make her a beacon of progress in Africa once again.

One Africa

Yomi Badejo-Okusanya
African Public Relations Association

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