Monday, 20 August 2018

APRA Charges African Leaders on Good Governance, Peace

...Mourns the passing of Kofi Annan 

The African Public Relations Association (APRA) has joined the rest of the world to mourn the passing away of a global colossus and true African icon, Kofi Annan.



In a statement by the President of APRA, Mr. Yomi Badejo-Okusanya, "By his death, Africa has lost one of it’s greatest brand assets who along with the likes of Nelson Mandela impacted heavily on the narrative for a more Positive Africa especially in the face of contrived negativity.

He stated that in life and death, "Annan remains an inspiration to Africans and the world at large. His life is a challenge for everyone to always strive for a better Africa and indeed world."

In APRA’s opinion there’s no better way to immortalize Annan and preserve his legacy, than for the African Union and nation-states on the continent to adopt and implement policies of human advancement in peace, good governance and people’s welfare which he stood for.

APRA commiserates with members of his family, especially the African fraternity and the world over this irreparable loss.

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