Newly Appointed World Civility Ambassador, & World Civility Song of the year 2020 (OPAD)I Change Nations 🇺🇸 USA. World Greatness Award .Nomination For The World Greatness Awards 2020: The Oscars for the World’s Greatest Civility Humanitarians
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10 Top World Civility Leaders of Our Day , & Multiple award winning contemporary urban performing minister, Akinyemi Oluwasesan Samuel with the stage name Psalm Ebube, Humanitarian, one of West Africa’s most celebrated singer, an empowering voice for Orphans & widow’s rights is one artist whose wealth of experience in the gospel terrain has continued to prove a boon. Psalm Ebube takes a stand in the fight against extreme poverty. Psalm Ebube is part of a global movement of more than 9 million people who take action to end extreme poverty. And 10 Top World Civility Leaders of our day, OPAD USA
He is well known for his evergreen praise songs such as Kabio’osi, Somebody worship somebody praise, which is one of the most appreciated Nigerian Gospel Songs in recent times. He was born and raised in Lagos. Nigeria. He has released five studio Albums. First African Musician to win World Civility Song of the year 2020
Psalm Ebube released World Civility Song of the Year ”One Love One World Music Video to urge world leaders to join a Global Pandemic Response Plan to defeat COVID-19 everywhere https://youtu.be/CEfrAi_YQfQ
In every neighbourhood, city and country around the world, people are standing together to fight the pandemic and share daily acts of kindness, courage and solidarity.
But the virus keeps moving fast and the pandemic will inevitably wreak its worst on the people, communities and countries that are least able to withstand the shock. A global pandemic demands a global response because no country or community will be safe until all of us are safe.
Together, let’s stand with the most vulnerable whether they live across the street or across the ocean. Join us in urging world leaders to join a Global Pandemic Response Plan to defeat COVID-19 everywhere. We know what it will take to win this fight: we need global resources to fund a strong humanitarian response in the poorest countries and the development of new medicines and vaccines available to all, so that no one is left behind.
We also need emergency measures to help the most vulnerable countries respond to the impact of the pandemic, strengthen their economies and their health systems. And governments will have to cooperate like never before to ensure we’re all prepared for the next crisis. Viruses like COVID-19 don’t pay attention to borders, neither should solidarity
The chains of covid 19 has tied us up but we shall overcome it together.The world is only as strong as our weakest health system.⠀ “I am calling for an immediate global ceasefire in all corners of the world,” said #UnitedNations Secretary-General @antonioguterres on Monday. “That is what our human family needs, now more than ever.” @unitednations
Speaking further about the song, @riversclyde who is the Acting Representative to the United Nation
for the Interfaith Peace Building stated, Global Board Chairman for Opad The Organization for Poverty Alleviation & Development, “That song is one of the greatest civility song in the world. His music moves the heart of humanity. Across Africa, Psalm Ebube is raising his voice to help foster global consciousness about fragility, civility and to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children in West Africa.” Dr Clyde Rivers 🇺🇸 #OneLoveoneWorld