Popular Nigerian Artist known as Sinach has been awarded global ambassador by the government of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Osinachi Joseph Egbu, a gospel artist in Nigeria received a letter signed by Roosevelt Skerrit, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica on her award as the global ambassador. The award was presented to her by the high commissioner(acting) of the Commonwealth of Dominica in the United Kingdom. Sinach was awarded on the account of her premier tourism and investment in the destination.
In a statement by the prime minister, he said; “Given your international reach with a following of over 1.8 million and having demography listeners and followership cutting across over 100 countries, your assignment will be to assist in the promotion of the Commonwealth of Dominica’s national interest in various fields and more specifically to use your global influence to promote the Commonwealth of Dominica as an attractive destination for tourism and investment,”.
Dominica is known for its mountainous Caribbean island with natural hot springs and tropical rainforests. It is commonly called “Nature Isle of the Caribbean,” and the glistening waters serve as a beacon for the world’s travellers. The city has a significant history of tourism and hence the government promotes it.
The gospel singer appreciated the prime minister for the honourable appointment. In her words, she said; “I want to thank His excellency, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit for this honourable appointment as a Global Ambassador for the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica. I look forward to serving in the development of the Commonwealth of Dominica,”.
Reposting on her IG page, Sinach got thousands of likes and congratulatory comments from her fans.
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Sinach’s single, “Way Maker” is one of the most streamed gospel music across the world. The song got three nominations and won song of the year award during the 51st GMA Dove Awards, which makes her the first Nigerian to win the award. In 2021, she was recognized by the United States Congress while on a tour in America.