West Indies cricketer to get honorary citizenship of Pakistan, Image via PSL

West Indies cricketer to get honorary citizenship of Pakistan

According to a recent tweet posted by Pakistan Cricket Board, West Indies cricketer Darren Sammy will get honorary citizenship of Pakistan next month. President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi will confer the highest civilian award and honorary citizenship to Darren Sammy on 23 March for his valuable contribution to the revival of cricket in Pakistan. During difficult times, Darren Sammy was the first one to visit despite security threats

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Sat Feb 22 - CricketTimes

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