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By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2020-09-16

AMADODANA Ase-AME is currently leading the Lockdown Gospel Music Awards voting process.

The group was nominated under the Lockdown Best Amadodana Gospel Group category. As of yesterday, the group had 653 votes.

They are followed by Fakazi Samuel, who is nominated under the Lockdown Best New Gospel Artist. Fakazi Samuel leads his category with 403 votes. Other nominees who are currently leading in their categories include Mancoba Dlamini, Bishop Gcina Masuku, Fezile Matsebula, Vessels of Praise and Pastor Scara Maziya.

Speaking to Sibusiso Baartjies of Amadodana Ase-AME, he said they were over the moon and hoped that it continues to stay that way.

“We are happy, we are so excited and we encourage our supporters to continue voting for us. We are also grateful for them for voting and believing in us,” he said.

With only a week of the voting process opened, they have already received over 2 000 votes with some artists still at zero votes.

Amadodana ase-AME began as a small group in 2009.

 They began as a junior choir and fortunately the Lord has kept them united until they upgraded into a senior choir in the African Methodist Episcopal church.

 The choir has been performing within the church until they recorded their first Album in 2018. Since then they have been invited in and out of the Country for their outstanding performance.

 Amadodana ase-AME were crowned lead choir for Amadodana Competions in 2018. The choir is also amongst the few that were chosen to partake in the current Amadodana Movement initiative ongoing nationally. Their main purpose was to preach the gospel, through music.

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