Javed Afridi, the proprietor of PSL workforce Peshawar Zalmi, has requested the president of Pakistan to confer the honorary citizenship of Pakistan to the West Indian captain, Darren Sammy for his love and help for Pakistan cricket.
In a letter addressed to President Mamnoon Hussain, Afridi on Tuesday stated that Sammy has provided his full help to restoration of worldwide cricket in Pakistan.
“Mr. Darren Sammy is likely one of the most affable, fashionable and famend Cricketer worldwide. He’s additionally in love with Pakistan and its Cricket,” Afridi wrote within the letter to the president.
“He has provided his full help to revive the worldwide Cricket in Pakistan, when different overseas gamers are completely averse to visiting Pakistan,” he said.
Afridi stated that the “small gesture” of conferring honorary citizenship to Darren Sammy – whom he termed as very particular pal and large nicely-wisher of Pakistan – can be an awesome assist in projecting Pakistan’s delicate picture.
“We’re extraordinarily assured that this small gesture shall be an enormous leap ahead in projecting a delicate picture of Pakistan at zero expense of the nationwide exchequer, and thwarting the nefarious designs of our enemies who’re sparing no alternative to defame Pakistan’s picture internationally,” Afridi wrote within the letter to the president.
In the meantime, Darren Sammy has additionally been tweeting about his love for Pakistan, and to shock many, the West Indian star has posted some tweets in Pashtu language.
Earlier, Darren Sammy received an unlikely response, apparently from a pretend account of KP CM Pervaiz Khattak, after Javed Afridi’s tweet on honorary citizenship to the Caribbean star.
With out figuring out the authenticity of the account, the West Indian captain had innocently thanked him utilizing Pashtu phrases.
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