NEWS IN: Gospel Musician Who Submitted Form For VGMA 2017 Has Gone Back For The Forms– Over Bribery Allegations



Multiple gospel music award winning artist, OJ, has disclosed that he has gone back for his forms he submitted for this year’s edition of VGMA – following the bribery scandal surrounding the award.

The gospel musician stated that the claim by the PRO of VGMA, George Quaye, that gospel musicians are the ones who mostly tempt the VGMA board members with bribery, gives the impression that all gospel musicians who have had nominations or won awards for the past years offered bribe for them.

PRO of VGMA, George Quaye,

O.J speaking to Zionfelix on Radio Univers’ Brunch2Lunch entertainment show from his London-based residence added that his management has taken back the forms they submitted for him to be part of this year’s awards.

According to him, he filed for about five nominations before George Quaye’s “careless” statement but he is not interested in the awards anymore until they name the gospel musicians who offered bribe.

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