It’s heartwarming to come to the realization that some people are doing their very best to paint a promising and good picture of Ghana to the outside world.
This ranges in the area of sports, music, education, politics and humanitarianism. And reminiscing about Ghanaians making it big in the diaspora cannot be left out Gospel musician Esaaba Haizel.
As a result of her humanitarianism in the United States of America, the renowned Gospel musician has been awarded by the presidency of the above-mentioned country.
In a citation made available to the press, Esaaba Haizel has been recognized as a recipient of Servant Leadership Award for her participation in the Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service organised by the US presidency.
The award is labelled “THE PRESIDENT VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD” for 101 Hours of Service to the United States for “PUBLIC GOOD”
For the purpose of clarity, Esaaba Haizel is a US-based gospel musician who traces her roots to Cape Coast, Ghana. She is well known for the hit song “Nadory3”.
Read below the citation