Secular singer-cum-gospel-artist and philanthropist Desire Luzinda is set to be awarded a Noble prize for her humanitarian efforts by World Trumpet Honors in the United States of America.
The World Trumpet Honors celebrates and recognizes ministries, churches, individuals, or groups who impact the global society with acts of kindness, compassion towards the needs of others, and across continents.
These special recognition awards are given to men and women who have determined their purpose in society and shared their influence impactfully.
The award-giving ceremony is to take place on December 12th, 2021 at 2401 South Stemmons Freeway Lewisville in Texas, United States Of America.
The confirmed African dignitaries who are set to attend the ceremony include King Oyo Rukidi, Queen Best Kemigisha, Bishop TD Jakes, and other outstanding global figures.
Desire Luzinda received the nod after various reach-out projects that she and her team have been carrying out, which was pioneered by the Launch of “Desire Luzinda Foundation International”, her charity organization in June 2021 at Kampala Serena Hotel.
The elated “Ekitone” singer shared the amazing news via her social media accounts where posted the announcement as;
On behalf of Desire Luzinda Foundation, I am pleased to announce that I was selected to be honored as one of the philanthropists impacting the world by touching lives.To be selected is great but to share a platform and category with some of the world’s greatest men and women is mind-blowing!My Jesus my King I cannot fathom the things you are doing in my life.Desire Luzinda
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