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LINDA DLAMINI LEADING WITH 2 465 NACA VOTES

By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-04-16

A week to go  for the National Arts and Culture  Awards (NACAs) and  gospel artist Linda Dlamini who has been nominated  on   three categories;  Best Album,  Best Male Artists’ and Best  Young Artist is currently leading with 2 465 votes in total.

 This is according to the voting statistics issued by the Swaziland National Council of Arts and Culture (SNCAC) CEO Stanley Dlamini.

Linda is leading in two of the three categories he has been nominated in.

  On Best Album category for his recently released ‘From Lo Debar to the Palace’ album, he is currently leading with 1 021 votes ahead of Shongwe and Khuphuka Saved Group, Tlale Makhene and Sands.

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 On his second nominated category;  Best Male Artist, he is leading  with 755 votes and  is once more ahead of Shongwe and Khuphuka Saved Group, Sands, Mshikishi and Magaya, who are yet to be voted for in this category.

Dlamini is  only trailing in the Best Young Artist with 689 votes where Nondumiso Nhleko is standing  taller with 877 votes.

 Speaking to Dlamini  about his leading on the voting  process,  he said, “I would like to thank all my fans for, firstly, nominating  me and  spending their time  voting for me, ‘Lona Ngumnyaka wetfu’. The song says it all indeed. I will pray for those who have been supporting my music ever since, as this is our year.”

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