ULAA Congratulates JNB on Historic Election

MONROVIA:  As Ambassador Joseph Nyuma Boakai, the standard bearer of the Unity Party(UP) walks into history as the winner of the presidential run-off held November 14, 2023,  the largest Liberian diaspora group worldwide, the Union of Liberian Associations in the America (ULAA) has congratulated him for his victory just as it commended President George Manneh Weah “for demonstrating maturity by honestly conceding defeat and congratulating his archrival for his victory”

In a press release issued from the organization, it said “the Chairman and members of the National Board of Directors of the Union of Liberian Association in the Americas (ULAA) have expressed words of congratulatory message to Ambassador Joseph N Boakai as President-elect of the Just-ended Run-off presidential election held on November 14, 2023 in Liberia.

“ULAA also expressed its thanks and appreciation to Liberians at home for displaying true democracy by expressing their will through the ballot box.

“Equally so, ULAA Chairman and members of the Board of Directors also commended outgoing President George Weah for demonstrating maturity by honestly conceding defeat and congratulating his archrival for his victory.

“ULAA Chairman and Board of Directors pray for God’s blessings upon Liberians and the incoming leadership of Liberia. ULAA are Liberians based in the Americas”, the release said.

ULAA has a long history of speaking on critical issues back home, especially in the 70’s when it partnered with a number of advocacy groups to fight for popular democracy in the country. Most of its members have over the years taken jobs in various governments especially so during the series of interim governments during the 14 year civil war in Liberia.

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