- Kuami Eugene has presented his wards at the VGMAs to his church and its leadership
- The singer posed for photos with the head pastor of the church as they beamed with smiles
- Kuami Eugene was adjudged the best artiste in Ghana when he was voted as AOTY
Ghana's reigning 2020 Artiste of the Year at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Kuami Eugene, has presented his awards to his church.
The Obiaato crooner visited his church, Fadama Presby Church, Charis congregation, and spoke with the head pastor, Rev.Alfred Owusu Boateng as he presented the awards to them. .
In photos of the presentation sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the Angela hitmaker was seen posing in photos with the head pastor and other members of the church's governing body.
Kuami Eugene, known in real life as Eugene Marfo went to the premises of the church to inform the leaders of his success and gave them a feel of the accolades.
The Lynx Entertainment signee and Rev. Alfred Owusu Boateng both held an award apice in their hands as they posed for the cameras.
Another photo saw the leaders of the church praying for Kuami Eugene to seek for God’s protection for him and also ask for guidance for more success in the future.
The Open Gate singer then posed in a group photo with those who were at the church’s premises to capture the moment in history.
The presentation of the award to the man of God follows the presentation of the same awards to the National Chief Imam.
Kuami Eugene was adjudged the best of the best at the 2020 VGMAs where he was crowned Artiste of the Year.
He beat the likes of Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata, Diana Hamilton and Medikal to the coveted award.
Meanwhile, information reaching YEN.com.gh has it that he home of popular Ghanaian actor, Koo Fori, has been totally razed by fire.
In sad videos that have emerged online, the entire premises of the once beautiful home has been gutted by fire and has destroyed properties worth millions.
It appears the fire either started late in the night of September 6, 2020, or started very early on September 7, 2020.
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