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2016 VGMA voting underway

Since the release of nominees for the highly anticipated Vodafone Ghana Music Awards took an interesting turn this year, fans of musicians are feverishly voting for their favorite musician to win one award or the other.
Many called the nomination process as total media take-over as nominees for the 2016 VGMA were announced every hour on the hour on radio, TV and online.
Social media was buzzing with reactions towards the nominees and many began the argument on who would win what and who deserved to be or not to be in the list.
The truth is that all the engagements and comments on social media will not amount to much if fans of nominees fail to vote for their favorites. 
Your vote is the only way to push your favorite to win at the VGMAs; you have 40percent of the voting power for all public voting categories except the Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year which gives the public total control with 100percent vote weighing.
The commencement of voting turns the heat up in the race to win at the biggest event on the Ghanaian entertainment calendar.
The race, which begun more than a week ago, shows that the only way you can ensure your favorite emerges winner is to vote massively for him or her. Your favorite artiste has done their part, they have released tracks that are worthy of nomination, now it’s your turn to return the favor by voting.
The Voting instructions are as follows; to vote for Artiste of the year, text A to 1767 and for Vodafone song of the year text B to 1767 for the Nominees and for the rest of the categories, text C to 1767 and follow the prompt.Individual voting codes for nominees are also available online at www.ghanamusicawards.com and on social media at www.facebook.com/ghanamusicawards and @ghmusicawards for twitter and Instagram.
The 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is sponsored by Vodafone, supported by Star Beer, Mentos, Furniture City, Airport View Hotel and it’s powered by Charterhouse.

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