Veteran Gospel Group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, have vowed never to file for the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Award (VGMA) if they won’t be honoured for their work.
The celebrated gospel group who were speaking in an interview with Happy FM’s DJ Advicer, said they have been in the industry long enough to be recognized for being a group that has lasted in the industry for the past 3 decades.
According to the ‘Edin No’ hitmakers, if Charterhouse do not think they should be honoured in this year’s 20th year celebration of the award scheme, then they will not file for nominations.
Speaking for the group, Edna Sarpong a member of the group said: “We will not file. I’m saying this on your platform. We will not file for anything. We have been there, we have been existing for 30 years and so, if they [VGMA] are celebrating their 20 years and can’t honour us for being together as a group of 3 females for 30 year, it’s up to them”.
She added that in the past, award schemes used to reward artistes based on their hard work, a practice she described as the best.
The Evergreen gospel group made up of Edna Sarpong, Monica Owusu Ansah and Cynthia Appiadu are currently on a media tour across the country as part of their 30th anniversary celebration in the industry.