VOTE FOR MR. EL HADJI NDAO AND COALITION AND SAXAL LIGGEEY!

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There are a few people in our lives that we come across who are truly remarkable people, who are motivating to be around in their actions and their zest for life. El Hadji Ndao is one of those people. El Hadji Ndao is candidate COALITION AND SAXAL LIGGEEY headed by Ajaratou Aissatou Mbodj.

I have known Mr. El Hadji Ndao personally and professionally for many years as a researcher and a Journalist. I have for several years known of his work with Sunu Afrik radio. In addition, I have for several years followed with great interest on El Hadji Ndao’s religious and political activities in the African diaspora.

I have been in touch and kept abreast of his political engagement as well as his professional goals and accomplishments. Accordingly, I have been particularly impressed by his editorials and reporting on Senegal’s political discourse. I am, therefore, convinced that El Hadji has both the intellectual strength and leadership skills to succeed in representing the Senegalese diaspora in the National Assembly. Let me elaborate:

Mr. El Hadji Ndao combines the rare gifts of a superb intellect, excellent analytical, communication skills that set him apart from most in his profession. These qualities combined make him, in my view, one of the most erudite and engaging and thought-provoking political and religious activist I have ever met. El Hadji’s views are thoughtful, always clearly and logically articulated and in the end, generate refreshing debate and discussion. Consequently, I have benefited immensely as a researcher from his works and insights on Senegalese and African Politics, generally.

El Hadji Ndoa’s penchant for accuracy and balance have earned him much deserved respect from his peers, audience, friends and critics alike because of his leadership and clarity of vision. What I find particularly impressive about him is the strong direction and leadership he gave to Sunu Afrik radio, transforming it from a marginal to one of the premier radio in the African diaspora.
Furthermore, I had the opportunity to watch El Hadji Ndao grow up and witness the challenges that life presented him where many have given up. El Hadji Ndao fought to reach his goal. He is CEO and Producer of Sunu Afrik popular radio in the diaspora and President Diara Ansarudeen in New York.

Over these past months, the public and I have had the opportunity to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the various candidates in the upcoming legislative elections for National Assembly member for the Senegalese Diaspora in North America. His honest, pragmatic, and hopeful insight into our community’s problems and needs, and his willingness to examine the issues and listen closely to the public’s questions and concerns, sets him far apart from the other candidates’ expected techniques and talk, and so I am writing today to express my support for his campaign and my intention both to canvass vote for him in the upcoming elections and to spread word to others of the value of his policies and abilities.

Since El HadJi Ndao has continued to stand for the rights and dignity of African diaspora community in North America. He has consistently maintained his convictions and loyalty to the struggle for freedom and the attainment of the deepest aspirations of the people in North America.
I call on all diaspora to vote for Mr. El Hadji Ndoa. I anticipate that if elected El Hadji Ndao would bring to the National Assembly strong leadership qualities and more. He is an able communicator, independent and original thinker who works well with others. I expect he will make a lasting

contribution to the National Assembly. He, undoubtedly, will also bring with him a rich and varied background that would enhance the National Assembly offerings immensely. And, finally, El Hadji Ndao is a genuinely nice person of high moral standing, with a sense of humor, who has my highest endorsement for National Assembly representing the Senegalese diaspora in North America.

I am hoping for your success.

Alagi Yorro Jallow

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