KARACHI: Peshawar Zalmi Skipper Daren Sammy along with Chairman Javed Afridi visited the mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Karachi on Sunday.
West Indies cricket star paid homage to the great leader and the founder of Pakistan, saying: “It was an honour to pay my respects to the great man”.
Daren Sammy, who won the T20 world cup for West Indies, was amazed by the design of the mausoleum and its beautiful white colour. He also visited the museum of Quaid’s belongings and learnt a lot about the great man.
The Caribbean cricketer also shared his words and said : “Quaid was a great man and one of his famous quotes – unity, faith and discipline – are the three words that I live by. It was an honour to pay my respects to a great leader and visionary who paved way for the nation of Pakistan.”
Taking to twitter, clara’s boy wrote: “I am extremely honored to have visited the tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah founder and father of this great nation.”
I am extremely honored to have visited the tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah founder and father of this great nation. A legend whose message of faith unity and discipline can make this world a much better place. I am truly inspired🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/mBjvwrolR3
— Clara's Boy (@darensammy88) March 10, 2019
“Daren was excited to visit the famous monuments of Pakistan and Mizar-e-Quaid was also on his list. It was a pleasant experience,” said Javed Afridi-Chairman of Peshawar Zalmi.