20th July 2017

APC Party Tour Delegation Hails Inauguration of Chapter in Georgia

By a press release (08/04/17)

The APC 2018 Elections and Diaspora Coordinator Advisory Team has hailed the inauguration of the APC branch in Atlanta Georgia.

Subject: MESSAGE OF CONGRATULATIONS TO THE APC, USA BRANCH ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR INAUGURATION HELD ON SATURDAY 18TH MARCH, 2017 IN ATLANTA.  

On Saturday 18th March, 2017, the new APC USA branch was inaugurated in Atlanta, Georgia, USA amidst pomp and pageantry. (Pictured: Minister Leonard Balogun Koroma, right).

The high powered APC Diaspora Tour delegation led by the Deputy Chairman and Leader and Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources Minkailu Mansaray; the National Secretary General, Ambassador Osman Foday Yansaneh; the Diaspora and Elections Coordinator, Leonard Balogun Koroma and others witnessed this historic occasion.

Reports say a new executive led by Comrade Unisa Kanu of APC Atlanta, Georgia was put in place. The delegation spokesman had this to say:

Mr. Chairman and Comrades of the APC USA Branch

"On this August occasion of its inauguration, I extend heartiest congratulations from His Excellency President Ernest Bai Koroma, Chairman and Leader of the All Peoples Congress Party, the National Secretary General, Osman Foday Yansaneh, the Diaspora Coordinator, Leonard Balogun Koroma, and the entire leadership and membership of the party to the Chairman, executive and members of the great APC USA branch, undoubtedly the APC Diaspora Leaders. 

"The party's focus on the upcoming NEC biometric voter registration exercise which is key to our success in the 2018 general elections has resulted in our inability to be represented at your inauguration at the highest possible level. 

"However, our thoughts, support and best wishes are with you and we entertain absolutely no doubt that you will have a successful event again, congratulations."

TRIBUTE: ALPHA SHAW


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