- Sonnie Badu has received a presidential lifetime achievement award from US President, Joe Biden and his vice, Kamala Harris
- The honour is esteemed as one of the most renowned awards given out in the United States
- It is indicated that Sonnie Badu was awarded for his lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation
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Renowned Ghanaian preacher and musician, Sonnie Badu, who is now based outside Ghana, has received a presidential lifetime achievement award from the U.S. President.
On his Instagram handle, Sonnie Badu shared a video from a church service when a representative of the U.S. Government presented the award to him.
Why Badu was awarded
It was indicated in the video that the award was presented to the Ghanaian celebrity for his lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation.
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The presidential lifetime achievement award is regarded as one of the highest awards that come from the United States of America.
Pictures of President Joe Biden and the first female vice-president, Kamala Harris, were both printed on the award to depict their endorsement.
What Ghanaians are saying
A lot of social media users in Ghana have been celebrating the pastor for his brilliant achievement.
Below were some of their comments:
Congratulations Oluwa Dr Badu ….their powers no reach o
You are amazing papa
Congratulations Papa.. Indeed God has done it again
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Sonnie Badu, shared some documents online after he saw many people claimed that he lied about schools that awarded him degrees.
It was established that the school, Trinity International University of Ambassadors, where Sonnie claimed he was rewarded his many degrees, was not found by searchers.
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It took one man on social media, Mr. Mensah, to attempt unraveling the mystery behind the many degrees Sonnie Badu has been flaunting on social media.
In other news, Sonnie Badu also reminisced on the times he used to be a great footballer and aspired to become like Ghana's maestro, Abedi Ayew Pele.
In a video interview with Kumawood actor Kwaku Manu that was shared on the actor's YouTube channel, Sonnie indicated that it was known back then that he used to play like Abedi Pele.