Hugo Chavez Foundation Celebrates Re-Election
The International Executive Director and Information and Public Relations Manager of Hugo Chavez International for peace, friendship and solidarity, Alimamy Bakarr Sankoh, when giving the keynote address on the celebration of the re-election victory of his noble Excellency Dr Hugo Chavez, the legitimate and democratically elected president and commander in chief of the Armed forces of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, which took place on Thursday 25th October at the foundation’s HQ in Allen Town, “After many accusations that my foundation is fake, 419 and criminal, if the foundation fails, let them take me to the National Stadium and execute me publicly,” adding that, “the Hugo Chavez Foundation is confident that at the end of the program you will discover the whole truth and reality surrounding the administration of the foundation.” He further noted that some detractors wish the foundation would fail because they believe in pulling others down, but the foundation has come to stay and very soon its impact will be felt in every corner of the global village. (Phtoo: Hugo Chavez)
He further said as an International NGO, they are operating in more that two hundred countries in the world with 5,000 representing them, and Hugo Chavez has set $2 Billion for African farmers.
The International Staff Director of the foundation, Esther Aminata Zorokong, said something historic happened in Venezuela on Sunday 7th October 2012 and that president Hugo Chavez was re-elected in a peaceful, free, fair, democratic and transparent contest, against international coalition of neo-con rogues and assist terrorists.
She expressed her admiration for the work of President Hugo Chavez role in Venezuela, the Americas, and the world has contributed a lot to improve the lives of people and rekindled the hope of the poor and needy.
A representative from the Allen Town police post assured of security in the upcoming elections.
The occasion was chaired by BADA representative Mr. James Bockarie Sesay and the program climaxed with a skits performance on politics and agriculture.
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