Darren Sammy will be honored with Pakistan honorary Citizenship and Senior Civilian Award

Pakistan has decided to give honorary citizenship to Darren Sammy, West Indies cricketer and captain of Peshawar Zalmi.
President Arif Alvi will honor Darren Sammy on March 23 with the highest civilian award and honorary citizenship.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced Saturday that Darren Sammy has been awarded the honorary citizenship of Pakistan by a tweet.

The 36-year-old cricket star has been instrumental for the return of international cricket in the country

The tweet said that Darren Sammy has played an unforgettable role in cricket in Pakistan.

President Arif Alvi will honor Darren Sammy on March 23 with the highest civilian award and honorary citizenship.
Darren Sammy is one of the international players who are particularly popular in Pakistan. Darren Sammy is coming to Pakistan from the first edition of the Pakistan Super League.
He is still in Pakistan to attend the Fifth Edition and takes over as captain of Peshawar Zalmai.
In a statement Javed Afridi the owner of the Peshawer Zalmi has said about the announcement of Pakistan’s highest civilian award to Darren Sammy.
He said that the decision to give Sammy the highest civilian award in Pakistan was a reflection of the feelings and feelings of cricket and Pakistan lovers. Javed Afridi said the services of the men field are unforgettable for cricket’s return to Pakistan.

Javed afridi tweet about Darren Sammy citizenship of Pakistan

Darren Sammy told the media that before the match that he did not need a passport to love Pakistan.
He also said that Pakistan’s love lies in my heart. I do not need a passport to attach myself to this country.
He said that acknowledging my efforts is good but for me love of people is everything.

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