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Dr. Ceesay nominated for Eminent Peace Ambassador Award

Mar 1, 2021, 11:24 AM | Article By: Pa Modou Cham

Dr Ismaila Ceesay, the leader of Citizens’ Alliance (CA) has been nominated for the Award of Eminent Peace Ambassador by the International Association of World Peace Advocates, (IAWPA), a global non-governmental organisation affiliated to the United Nations Global Compact.

The Eminent Peace Ambassador Award is the highest calling and most outstanding recognition to individuals whose life exemplify the ideals of living for the sake of others and who dedicate themselves to promoting moral values and the establishment of a cultural value system predicated on trust and peace.

The objective of IAWPA is to promote peace and harmony in various local communities across the globe and to ensure that the aims and objectives of the United Nations in the maintenance of global peace are being achieved. It networks international and regional organisations and recruits people of decent ethical manner as UN Eminent Peace Ambassador through effective screening. Some IAWPA UN Eminent Peace Ambassadors include: George Weah, president of Liberia.

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