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Gospel Singer, Sinach Now A Global Ambassador Of Commonwealth Of Dominica

The government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has appointed gospel singer Sinach as a Global Ambassador.


The letter was signed by Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, and delivered by Janet Charles, the Commonwealth of Dominica’s Acting High Commissioner in the United Kingdom.


The role was created, according to the Prime Minister, to repackage and reposition Dominica as a premier tourist and investment destination.


“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 Dominican’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,” Skerrit noted.


The Commonwealth of Dominica, also known as the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean,” is attracting tourists from all over the world with its sustainable eco-lodges, resorts, and villas. The Caribbean island is known for its breathtaking hiking trails, secluded bays, and world-class diving.


“I want to thank His excellency, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit for this honorable 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,” Sinach said.


Sinach is one of the most popular gospel artists in Africa. She is the first gospel singer from Africa to win the Song of the Year at the Dove Award, a global gospel music award program.


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