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Plane Crash: APRA Offers Condolences To Malawi After Tragic Event 

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Vice President of Malawi, Dr. Saulos Chilima
Vice President of Malawi, Dr. Saulos Chilima

The African Public Relations Association (APRA) has conveyed its heartfelt condolences to the Public Relations Society of Malawi (PRSM), the government and citizens of the Republic of Malawi following the tragic plane crash that resulted in the deaths of the Vice President of Malawi, Dr. Saulos Chilima and nine others on June 10, 2024.

In a letter of condolence, addressed to Benson Linje, the president of PRSM, the continental association described the incident as a “significant loss, not only for the people of Malawi, but also for the African continent.”

The letter reads: “We are writing to express our profound shock and sadness at the tragic plane crash that took the lives of H.E. Dr. Saulos Chilima, the vice-president of Malawi and nine others on Monday, June 10, 2024. On behalf of the African Public Relations Association (APRA), we extend our heartfelt condolences to you, our colleagues in the Public Relations Society of Malawi, and the wonderful people of Malawi.”

The letter also states, “During this time of national mourning, we stand in solidarity with the people of Malawi. We share in the pain and grief caused by this significant loss, not only for the people of Malawi but also for the African continent.”

“The council and all members (institutional, corporate, and individual) of APRA offer heartfelt sympathies and will continue to keep the wonderful people of Malawi in our thoughts and prayers.”

In the letter, APRA expressed hope that the cherished memories of the departed would bring strength and that the support of friends, colleagues, compatriots and other individuals worldwide will help comfort PRSM and the people of Malawi in the wake of this tragedy.

In a statement by the APRA secretary-general, Omoniyi Ibietan the association also prayed that the families, friends and loved ones of the deceased find strength and comfort in the face of this tragedy.

“Rest assured that, as we mourn the passing of these distinguished personalities and individuals, we also celebrate their lives and contributions to the Republic of Malawi and our continent. May their souls rest in peace,” the letter concluded.

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