By Tamjid Alkohali
As an appreciation of their career in Yemeni music, the Ministry of Culture honored Yemeni singers Amal Kaadl, Saudi Ahmed Saleh, and Muhammad Ali Meesari in a ceremony on December 1st.
In the ceremony, Othman delivered a speech in which she confirmed that music is the life of people, and a people who doesn’t sing may become extinct and disappear.
“On this special day while we are celebrating in the homeland’s independence and freedom, I’m very happy to host three Yemeni singing stars to honor them for their great achievements in Yemeni heritage singing,” said Othman.
Othman added that these singers were and are still bright in the sky of Yemeni music, and they deserve people’s love.
The undersecretary of the Culture Ministry Arts and Theater Sector, Adel Nasser, confirmed the importance of the celebration on the 47th anniversary of the homeland’s independence from the British occupation in the south, which lasted for 129 years.
The ceremony was attended by the Deputy Minister of Culture Hoda Ablan and some other officials in the cultural field.