Ethnic Africans Endorse Hillary Clinton For President of the United States

Ethnic Africans Endorse Hillary Clinton For President of the United States. To Hillary Clinton Campaign

Press Release: Dr. Sylvester Okere President & CEO United People For Africa Congress, Nov. 7, 2016

I am writing on behalf of all African Organizations that attended the African Diaspora & Governance Symposium on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at the Boston University and millions of African immigrants in the United States who support democracy, good governance, and the American dream. We believe that Hillary Clinton will protect the dream that we all came for.

Together, we want to be on record in endorsing Hillary Clinton. She is the best qualified to be our president. She has done it all and in all she does. Africans are with her 110 percent. To over the three (3) million Africans, we are better and stronger together through unity. It is our duty as United States Citizens to get out and vote.

“The time for Continental African immigrants to get organized couldn’t be better as we have a presidential candidate that listens and understands our issues. As we solidly vote for Hillary Clinton and the downline Democratic tickets, by getting organized we can use our votes to negotiate things like immigration reforms, poor representation of Africans in Federal appointments, etc.” By Ugo Nwaokoro, Deputy Mayor, City of Newark, New Jersey.

 - Respectfully yours, Dr. Sylvester Okere President & CEO

Kenge Malikidogo-Fludd UPAC, National Secretary Tebabu Assefa US-Africa Economic Business Council Mr. A H Gabisi Sierra Leonean Community of New Jersey Sarah Igiebor African Diaspora for Hillary-USA Voury Ignegongba President, Africans in Boston Harrison Maina AjabuAfrica News & Media Foday Mansaray Chairman, West African Community. S. Okey Mbonu Prominent Nigerian American Community Leader Hon. Christopher Ojo African Entrepreneurs Coalition Hon. Mercy Phillips, President, African and American Alliance Mamadou Samba African Community in DC Marie-Rose Sirikari African Community Advocate in Maryland Assetou Sy Founder, African Women's Alliance of America.

Contact: 2105 Rhode Island Ave, NE Washington, DC 20018 Tel: 301. 302.1771 Email: Website:




No Comments Yet.

Leave a comment