Gospel minstrel, Patience Nyarko, has commented on the decision of the organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) to omit her in this year’s awards scheme despite dominating the music scene.
Speaking to Father Innocent on Monday, April 26, 2021, on the Original Midmorning programme, the ‘Back To Sender’ hit singer observed that she’s unperturbed though she was expecting nominations.
“It is normal,” she said adding “I did my part. I released two albums last year and promoted four songs on the albums. It all became hits.
I was expecting to get nominations but if I got none. It is cool”.
Patience Nyarko further indicated “nothing worries me in life”.
Responding to a question if she feels sabotaged by organisers of the award, Charter House, she rejected the claim stating that ‘I don’t think so”.
“I don’t know the reason I wasn’t nominated,” she stressed.
By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Originalfmonline.com | Ghana