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Psalm Ebube Bags World Civility Song Award Of The Year


It was a great night as Psalm Ebube received the World Civility Song Award for his contribution to civil society, humanitarian efforts and writing songs that impact the society.

The Gospel artiste, Akinyemi Oluwasesan Samuel popularly known as Psalm Ebube was honored along with others in Lagos by the Organization for Poverty Alleviation & Development (OPAD)’s I Change Nations with the World Civility Song of the Year 2020 award category, last Sunday, February 23rd, 2020. This makes the artiste an Ambassador of Civility.

Speaking at the event, spokesperson of the organisation, Dr. Clyde Rivers stated that the song ‘One Love One World’ recorded by the artiste in 2017 earned him the the award. “We at ‘I Change Nations’ are so proud of the work Ambassador Psalm Ebube has done to bring the message of civility to the world through Music.”

“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 who is the Acting Representative to the United Nation for the Interfaith Peace Building and Global Board Chairman for OPAD, further said.

The event was extremely successful, due largely to the efforts of Dr. Gladys Logging- Folorunsho, who drew the attention of the organisation on the song and the great work of the anointed artiste.

‘One Love One World’  by Psalm Ebube which was produced by Mikkyme Joses. 

Psalm Ebube is a Gospel singer. He is an empowering voice for orphans & widow’s rights whose wealth of experience in the Gospel terrain has continued to prove to be a blessing. He is well known for his evergreen praise song such as Kabio’osi.

He released a song on his birthday day, February 16, titled “Life is Beautiful” and is presently working on a new project ‘Suicide Awareness Stay Alive’ to celebrate World Suicide Prevention Day.

Desalu Opeoluwa
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