St. Ange’s retirement from politics makes waves around the world


(Posted 09th December 2020)

The recent announcement that tourism personality ALAIN St.ANGE had retired from his country’s day to day politics was reported from the four corners of the world.

In the Americas Bea Broda BA, BMsc, the Producer/Writer/Host/Speaker from BC PICTURES: Multimedia/TV published a “Note from editor” that said: ‘In my travels as a TV producer of travel shows, I have found Alain St.Ange to be incredibly beneficial to the global tourism industry with his outlook both towards tourism and also to what makes a country run peacefully and advantageous for all. While he is retiring from pursuing politics, it is admirable that he undertook the establishment of a party with excellent objectives, and I know we will see him emerge again as a positive force in tourism‘.

ATCNews of course did feature the breaking news at the time (
as did several other publications across Africa including Ikechi Uko’s ATQNews and Kojo Bentum-William’s VoyagesAfriq.

So many similar sentiments have also been expressed everywhere with the hope that this tourism personality’s experience and knowhow continues to play an active part in global tourism as that industry fights to prepare for a relaunch post COVID-19.

St.Ange has shown he thinks outside the box and is innovative. It is said that Africa needs his dynamic approach today but the whole world is also today desperate to see how the new normal can accommodate tourism as the industry can relaunch many economies across the Community of Nations.

The world and especially the world of tourism needs such eminent professionals to be called upon as the relaunch of tourism is gathering pace.
Alain St.Ange is one such globally known tourism personality and it is hoped he will continue to share his experience and advice with those who need wisdom and insights to map out the right way forward.

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