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Voters Flood MEGA Platforms, Organisers Assure Hitch-Free Process

 

 

 

Voters in their numbers have flooded the Music and Entertainment Gospel Awards’, (MEGA) website and Facebook page to vote their preferred nominees. The awards organisers had on Saturday, October 10, opened public voting.

 

According to a statement issued by the MEGA’s Media Committee, the November 15 event has so far attracted unprecedented support from members of the public trying to support their favourites to win in the 15-category awards.

 

“We are impressed with the groundswell of support from the voting public trying to help their favourites to win.
“We are monitoring the process meticulously and have taken steps to ensure the voting platforms are safe, secure, and hitch-free,” said Adeyemi Aseperi, MEGA’s Head of Media and Publicity.

Aseperi further enjoined voters to continue to support their favourite artistes through the voting links: http://www.megawards.org/mega2020 and Facebook voting page: (https://facebook.com/mega.voter2020), until the close of voting on October 31.

 

“Also, information on the event, designed as a remote ceremony in observance of pandemic protocols, is on Twitter (@tweet_megawards) and Instagram (@mega_awards),” he added.

 

In furtherance of the organisers’ desire to conduct an award of integrity, openness and fair play, the awards’ National Coordinator, Mr. Femi Akintunde-Johnson aka FAJ) shall host a Question & Answer (Q&A) session Live on the Facebook page of MEGA this Saturday (October 17) at 2pm. Gospel artistes, pre-nominees, operatives and fans are encouraged to seize the opportunity to seek answers to whatsoever may be bothering them.

 

ABOUT MEGAWARDS:

The Music and Entertainment Gospel Awards (MEGA), birthed in 2013, to honour and celebrate Nigerian music talents in the gospel genre. The awards’ focus include exposing and publicising the creative talents of gospel artistes and entertainers, some of whom are under-celebrated despite their brilliant artistic contributions in the Nigeria’s creative industry.

 

 

 

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