JCI glory beckons gospel star Eric

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International award-winning gospel musician Kabelo Eric will battle it out for Outstanding Young Persons of the World accolade in the Junior Chamber International (JCI) awards.

Eric has been nominated for the awards that recognise the outstanding achievements of young people in their communities.His nomination, the second since he started recording, is in recognition of his humanitarian and voluntary leadership work done through music. The enthusiastic singer is also a volunteer at the Cancer Awareness Association of Botswana.  On the music front, Eric has backed the likes of actress-cum-musician Segofalang Nagafela, budding songstress Charity Boitshoko, and the gospel music duo of Thato Johnson and Bridget Semele.

"It's always a joy to work with young people and help wherever I can and this nomination inspires me to continue influencing people's lives with my music and gifts," Eric told Showbiz. He added: "I always find pleasure in seeing the musicians I lend a helping hand progress. I will continue giving them the platform to excel and impact nations for free."

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