Female Musician, Model and humanitarian popularly known as Queennak celebrate on her Facebook account as she received a Humanitarian award from the United Nations Association Of The United States Of America.
The award came about her participation in the Tree Planting Ceremony held at Saban Theatre.
Queennak’s first career was in contemporary arts ( Paintings ) inspired by her life in china. Queennak learned the Chinese Language, and Chinese Art, and embraced the people, and culture. She quickly became a well-known public figure all around the country and she uses her rising popularity to bring attention to her nation. She does China-Africa collaboration arts (Mangoes representing Africa and Cherry Blossom representing Asia ) She raises funds through the selling of her paintings to help the less privileged. She has exhibited her paintings in top places in china including at the Tian An Men Square ( just like the White House ) and the foreign embassies in Beijing. Queennak has also been part of many international exhibitions representing either Africa and or China. 2 of her biggest exhibitions are the Milan Expo in Italy 2014 and the Youth Olympic Games Art Exhibition in Nanjing. She also did her own private exhibition tours in Africa, Europe, Asia, and America, collaborating with the Chinese government and foreign embassies. She has changed many lives through her paintings.
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Queennak is also known for her give-back-to-the-needy policy she sells her artworks and donates through her QUEENNAK FOUNDATION CHARITY ORGANIZATION.
Queennak promotes cultural exchange and creates awareness to help stop violence against women and children. her 1st Album was pre-released due to the covid 19 pandemic, on the 4th of July 2020. She finally launched the album on September 11 2021 in New York.