MOBO Award nominee Yemi Alade who just released her debut album “King Of Queens” which peaked at number 5 on the iTunes World Albums Chart, has been made an African ambassador for peace by the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The “Johnny” crooner who is currently in Kinshasa for a concert was announced as an African peace ambassador by the ministry of internal affairs in Congo. The singer excited took to her official Instagram account to share the news by posting a photo of her receiving a plaque from the minister of Internal Affairs of Congo with the caption:
THANK YOU CONGO.. I JUST GOT PRESENTED WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE\PLAQUE AS AFRICAN AMBASSADOR FROM THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS BY THE MINISTER HIMSELF DESPITE HIS TIGHT SCHEDULE….. THINGS LIKE THIS ENCOURAGE LIL GIRLS LIKE ME TO KEEP DOING WHAT WE DO… I DEDICATE THIS TO GOD , EFFYZZIE ,AND MY AMAZING FANS”.
Yemi Alade is also planning a album launch concert when she returns back to Nigeria.