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U.S. CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS TO HONOR AMBASSADOR APOSTLE SAMMY A. DAVID WITH INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD

Ambassador Apostle Sammy A. David, Founder and General Overseer of God's Family Church International Incorporated in Liberia, West Africa, will be receiving an International Leadership Award at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 during the United States Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Convention by the Caribbean & African Faith Based Leadership Conference (CAFBLC).

He will be the first religious leader in the West African state of Liberia to receive this prestigious award.

He will be recognized for his outstanding faith-based leadership, humanitarian services, civic engagement and advocacy for peace in Liberia and his global gospel ministry in Africa, the United States, Europe and Asia.

This Awards ceremony will honor the accomplishments of leaders in community development that primarily operate from a faith-based perspective, targeting major issues including religious liberty, civil rights, humanitarian concerns, social justice and economic development.

All members and friends of our African and Caribbean Diaspora are invited to register at www.cafblc.net to attend the international leadership awards, faith-based conference and networking reception from 2:00 pm to 7:30 pm on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 at the D.C. Renaissance, Marriott Hotel, 999 9th St. NW, Washington D.C, 20001.

The CBC Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) is the leading policy conference in the United States that focuses on issues impacting people of African heritage and the global black community.

It brings together approximately 10,000 people who attend 70 public policy forums and other critical events with elected officials and leaders from every spectrum of the black community, including Legislators and concerned citizens to engage on economic development, civil and social justice, public health and educational issues.

Please see more information and updates at www.cafblc.com

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