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New online voting channel & voting processes announced for 2019 VGMA

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New online voting channel & voting processes announced for 2019 VGMA. Photo Credit: Ghana Music Awards

Today, Monday the 24th of March 2019, marks the opening of voting lines for the 20th anniversary edition of the VGMA and it features a new channel allowing for the public to vote online.

This new development allows for only Vodafone customers to vote via text message as done in previous years and redirects all other voters without a Vodafone line to vote on an online portal; www.votevgma.com.

This is to further allow for a more global involvement in the voting process as other Ghanaians in the diaspora and lovers of Ghanaian music all over the world have been left out from exercising their votes all this while.

Following the unveiling of nominees for this year’s edition, organizers have announced the processes involved in voting for your desired nominee across all 25 categories.

Outlined below are all the necessary information on the voting process for the highly competitive categories unveiled for the 2019 VGMA.

VOTING PROCESS

The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards maintains the 3 tier voting system i.e. the Public, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Academy and the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Board with the following percentage splits:

Public Voting Categories:     

  • Public:                         30%
  • VGMA Academy:         30%     
  • VGMA Board:              40%

Technical/Industry Categories

  • VGMA Academy:         50%     
  • VGMA Board:              50%
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Honorary Awards:  

  • VGMA Board – 100%

VOTING CHANNELS

The following channels will be used for voting for Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2018:

  • Voting on mobile phone via the short code 1767 only on Vodafone.
  • Vodafone lines have a cap of 50 texts per number.
  • One Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Academy voting event done at one sitting and online with Members drawn from across the Country.
  • One Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Board Voting event

All these votes, as done every year is supervised and tabulated by world renowned business advisory firm – KPMG and presented on the night of the event.

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C.E.O. of Sarkcess Music and influential Ghanaian rap talent, Sarkodie, has been in the news lately and this time around, he’s been spotted buying his first locally manufactured Kantanka Automobile.

Sarkodie acquired one of the Kantanka cars following a visit to the automobile company as a gesture of patriotism and the belief in the potentials of Ghanaians as a whole.

In an Instagram post, the rapper described his visit as an “eye opener”, and called on Ghanaians to support local manufacturers.

“My visit to @Kantankaautomobile was an eye opener!!! Thanks @kwadwosafo_jnr for the invite… We all hypocrites (myself included) but the good news is, it’s never our fault it was programmed for us to be like that,” Sarkodie wrote.

“The innovative inventions by the Legend Apostle Sarfo Kantanka will blow your mind… I left the place speechless and with a lot of guilt… We producing all these in my country but not too proud to support it but we kill to give BMW the license to operate and dominate our territory.”

He added that he purchased one of the Kantanka vehicles after visiting the local automobile company.

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“It’s a matter of time. Africa is blessed! Please go on the net, read and watch all about ‘Kantanka’. Anyways I just ordered my first Katanka Automobile.”

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