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A Revered minister, Bernard Amankwah, who is also one of the renowned gospel musicians, has admonished his colleague gospel musicians to boycott this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Award for what he described as unpalatable allegations leveled against gospel musicians in Ghana.
The man of God made this statement on Adom Entertainment hall Show on Saturday, January 28, 2017, with Mike2.
According to him, the Charterhouse Public Relationship Officer, George Quaye, was said to have made a statement that, gospel musicians are pressuring him with bribe to able them make their way through the award scheme.
This, the gospel musician feels very disappointed for a PRO of such an institution to come out with such a shameful statement to bring the hard earned reputation of the whole noble gospel musicians into dispute.
“The PRO in his own statement has exposed him that, the scheme is not credible because people buy them every year, this is uncalled for statement that is disgracing us. Since he is disgracing the entire gospel musicians, I therefore entreat my colleagues to boycott this year’s award”, he advised.
He said their field is not corrupt as the PRO is alleging and had, therefore, dared him to come out with evidence to proof or otherwise.
He has therefore urged all gospel musicians to boycott the awards and charged the PRO to come out with an unqualified apology to the musicians.