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US bestows Presidential award on Nigeria’s Afro-singer, Jemiriye

Jemiriye Adeniji

The US-based Nigerian singer, Jemiriye has won the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her 4,803 hours of service to the country.

Speaking with enthusiasm, Jemiriye noted her flair using exceptional style of music to promote peace, love and happiness in the spirit of promoting mental health awareness that fetched her the award.

She said her award will have positive impact on Nigerians, most especially the youths motivating them never to give up on their dreams.

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Speaking further, Jemiriye shed light on her relationship between Nigerians in diaspora and the Nigerian Government, she said they are pivotal to development, encouraging and building more cordial relationship.

She added she would be glad to be a recipient of a National Honour Award if called upon.

“I’ll gladly accept an award from the Nigerian Government if it’ll allow me to spread my message of peace and love and bring some positive changes to the youths,” she said.

The award winning artiste has disclosed that the video of her hit track ‘Tambele‘ will be released on Wednesday, December 21.

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The Tambele which means; ‘Happiness is free’ was released in August this year.

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