Gospel musician Diana Hamilton voted for as gospel musician of the year

Gospel musician Diana Hamilton voted for as gospel musician of the year

- Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton, has been voted for as the topmost musician for 2020

- She beats Joe Mettle, Celestine Donkor, and MOG Music to emerge as the winner

- Hamilton polled 67.3% of the total vote with Mettle showing up with 21.2%

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US-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Hamilton, has emerged as the gospel musician of the year in the YEN Readers’ Choice Awards.

He garnered 67.3% of the total votes cast, followed by Joe Mettle who made only 21.2%.

MOG Music came after Joe Mettle with 9.6%, with Celestine Donkor only polling 1.9%.

Gospel musician Diana Hamilton voted for as gospel musician of the year
A collage of gospel musician Diana Hamilton. Photo credit: @dianaantwihamilton/Instagram
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There were 52 valid votes in all.

YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from those who voted for the winner, Diana Hamilton.

Nhyiraba, for instance, revealed why she voted for Diana Hamilton:

Others also rooted for Hamilton:

Meanwhile, in other categories of the award scheme, musician Okyeame Kwame and his wife, Anica Apau, were voted for as the best celebrity couple 2020.

Ghanaians explained why the couple is the best so far and why they deserve to win in that category.

Nana Ama McBrown has also emerged as the best actress for the year.

Her daughter, Baby Maxin, emerged as the best most popular celebrity kid.

She contested with Simona Burner, rapper Strongman's daughter, Jidula, Stonebwoy's daughter, and Nana Akua Nhyira, Tracey Boakye's daughter.

Sammy Gyemfi of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has emerged as the best politician of the year.

In other news, popular broadcaster, Serwaa Amihere, has criticised the police for manhandling the NDC MPs who embarked on a protest to the Electoral Commission’s office.

They were sending a petition to the EC when the police heckled them on the way.

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