Sierra Leonean Gospel Singer Giileh Kebbie Scholz, Set To Receive A Us President Award On Her Second Album Launch

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Sensational US-based Sierra Leonean Gospel artiste, Giileh Kebbie Scholz is set to receive a United States President Achievement Award during the launch of her second album titles ‘GIILEH’S YOU ARE’, on Sunday 27th March 2022, at the KPCIM Church-520 Randolph Road in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.

At the launching of her most anticipated album, the legendary female Gospel singer will be awarded with the US President Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest civic award offered to volunteers through the President’s participatory program. This prestigious award is dedicated to recognize extraordinary services to notable people.

Giileh will be on record as the first Sierra Leonean Gospel artiste to receive this most coveted Medal of Honor, coming directly from the US President Joe Biden. The presentation of the award will be done by Rev. Dr. George Holmes – who has worked with 5 United States Presidents, and he is the current faith based White House Liaison.

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Giileh Kebbie Scholz has a long standing service as a Gospel singer for a period of 11 years. Apart from music, Giileh is a renowned actress and humanitarian.

Top dignitaries from the Cameroonian and Nigerian communities, State Council Men and multiple electoral candidates are expected to attend this all important event on Sunday 27th March.

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Giileh Kebbie Scholz has also contributed immensely to several development aspects of life. Through her non-profit organizations and businesses, she raised funds to help the fight against Ebola and several other crisis. Also organizing events such as the African Gospel Musicians Concert, Nollywood Magazine Launch, SLAAM Awards, of which she is the CEO, etc.

President’s Volunteer Service Award

The President’s Volunteer Service Award is a civil award bestowed by the President of the United States. Established by executive order by former US President George W. Bush, the award was established to honor volunteers that give hundreds of hours per year helping others through the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. The award can be granted to individuals, families, and organizations located throughout the United States. Depending on the number of service hours completed, individuals can receive the Bronze, Silver, Gold, and/or the President’s Call to Service Award. The Call to Service Award is the most prestigious, and it has been awarded to few Americans to recognize over 4,000 hours of extraordinary service including notable honorees such as S. Truett Cathy, Mark Carman, and Zach Bonner. Awardees may receive a personalized certificate, an official pin, medallion, and/or a congratulatory letter from the President depending on the award earned.

This story originally appeared on the Vertex Media and is published here for educational purpose


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