Liberian Gospel Artist Wins 2 International Awards

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Liberian Gospel artist Evangelist Eveine Natt Kamara has once again raised her country’s flag high as she recently won two accolades in Australia.

 Mrs. Kamara has been awarded the International Gospel Heroes and Humanitarians Appreciation awards in that country. It was presented by an Australian organization known as Future of the Children, for what they described as her unending advocacy on behalf of the less fortunate.

She was given the awards at a red carpet event organized by the charity organization in the Australian Capital, Sydney, at the Redgum Center.

Narrating her journey to the honor Ms. Kamara said, “In June 2013, I was contacted by a group from Australia called “Future of the Children”, a member of the Australian Charity Association. They asked me to go to Australia and help raise funds for less fortunate children in Africa. I was happy to do so since I was also involved in a similar program here in Liberia. I accepted their invitation happily and free of charge.

On October 9, 2013 I received a call from the Australian Immigration that my visa was ready. Thanks to the sponsorship of the Future of the Children Australia I left on November 3 2013.”

While in Australia, she performed in many shows in the country’s major cities.

She was taken by surprise on February 9th by Women of Faith’s Evangelist Eveine and received an invitation in 2014 to a Red Carpet event organized by Future of the Children Australia and Women of Faith-Sidney at the Redgum Center where she received two Awards.

After winning her awards in Australia, Ms. Kamara was named African Directress and Liberia was selected for a first project to build a modern school facility. The project will commence in Margibi County in June 2014.

The Liberian Gospel Artist made the disclosure yesterday in Monrovia when she presented the two awards to Information Minister Lewis Brown and the people of Liberia.

 Ms. Kamara said the Modern School Facility that would be built by her partners and her organization is part of an effort to help less fortunate Liberian Children “My dream is to help children that are less fortunate and send them to school.”

She called on all gospel artists to work tirelessly in making God’s word a reality through their music.

“I will take other gospel artists with when am going for my next trip to Australia.”

Upon receiving the awards on behalf of the people of Liberia, Minister Lewis Brown thanked Evangelist Kamara for what he described as “bringing  great honor and raising the flag of Liberia high to the world.”

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