Malick Lowe has emerged the President of the New York Capital Cities Sustainability Forum.
While disclosing this on Wednesday October 14, 2020, Lowe noted that she would be serving in the position for the next 3 years.
Expressing her excitement over the electoral victory, Lowa extended her gratitude to all the Mayors and Governors from the Capital Cities around the continent for their overwhelming support during the process of voting.
“My thanks and appreciation also go to the government and people of the Gambia for encouraging me to contest for the position.
“Special thanks must go to the Vice President Her Excellency Mayor Soham El Wardini of Dakar, Senegal and to the second Vice President His Excellency Mayor Mohamed Sadiki of Rabat, The Kingdom of Morocco for their support and acknowledgement,” she wrote.
“My gratitude goes to the people of Banjul for their unflinching support and prayers and also to the secretariat of the African Capital Cities Sustainability Forum for the organization of a hitch-free voting process.
“I also recognize the support from the UCLG Africa’s West Africa Regional Director with whom this would not have been possible,” she added.
Lowa therefore promised to intensify effort to ensure that she meets up with the expectations of the organization.
She prayed that God grant her all the wisdom to move tge organization from strength to strength.