The Hub Hotel hosts the Book Signing & Launching of A FREEtown of Mine…

The Hub Hotel hosts the Book Signing & Launching of A FREEtown of Mine…

The Hub Hotel hosts the Book Signing & Launching of A FREEtown of Mine…

Book signing event for “A FREEtown of Mine…” on Thursday 12th of December 2013.

Genia Boustany author and photographer signed copies of her new book, “A FREEtown of Mine…” at The Hub Hotel in Freetown Sierra Leone on Thursday the 12th of December 2013.

After releasing and signing the book in Lebanon, Genia Launched and signed her book last night in Freetown. The event took place at the new terrace of The Hub Hotel in Freetown.

The event started with a Word of Welcome delivered by the G.M of the National Tourist Board of Sierra Leone M.Cecil J. Williams. The author then explained the background of the book and the motivations behind it. The British High Commissioner H.E. Mr Peter West gave a statement emphasising on the serious work behind the book and highlighting the determination and courage of the author for carrying through with such a difficult project. Finally Dr. Richard Conteh, the Chief of Staff of the State House congratulated the author for her work and considered her book a great accomplishment for Sierra Leone. Dr. Conteh Launched the book and wished for further similar projects in the future…

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Genia Boustany would like to thank all the guest speakers and all the people who came to the event.

In the Authors’ Words:

“It was a lovely evening, I couldn’t have asked for more…I want to name certain people without whom this event would have never been possible: My uncles Assad and Joe Yazbeck, my father Maroun Boustany, my grandmother Nawal Yazbeck for coming all the way from Lebanon, Samir Khoneizer for covering the event and last but not least all the sponsors.

Finally and most importantly  the entire team of The Hub Hotel for hosting and making the evening possible and above all memorable. I wish the Hub Hotel all the luck and success in their new opening.”

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