Dr Amir Lakha’s Letter to the new UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres

With the greatest Humanitarian crisis of our lifetime facing us – Is there HOPE for PEACE with the change of the UN Secretary-General?

Dr Amir Lakha's Letter to the new UN Secretary General, Antonio GuterresMr Antonio Guterres

UN Secretary–General elect

RE: Appointment as the next UN Secretary-General

Dear Mr Guterres

Please accept our heartiest congratulations for unanimous appointment by the UN General Assembly, by acclamation, as the next United Nations Secretary-General, to succeed Mr Ban Ki-moon when he steps down on 31 December 2016.

Your job, Sir, is not only crucial but a very difficult one. But having met you and heard you and also the fact that you have been a good UN High Commissioner of Refugees, I have no doubt in my mind that you will be fully up to the tasks in hand.

However, we are in the midst of one of the greatest humanitarian crisis of our lifetime.

Read more at the source: Dr Amir Lakha M.B.,Ch.B, MSc(EDIN),DPM(RCPLond) | LinkedIn

DR. AMIR LAKHA LONDON. UNITED KINGDOMDr Lakha was born in Mombasa, Kenya, in 1949. He has worked in various fields in England, since 1979, including Paediatrics, Orthopaedics, Casualty, Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and then was a family physician for 24 years till he retired in 2009 at the age of 60yrs to devote full time to charity work and has been the founder member and chairman of Humanitarian and Charitable ONE Trust (HACOT). Read More.

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