Ghanaian renowned gospel musician, Moses Osei Kwarteng popularly known as Moses OK has defused that awards schemes in the Ghana Music Industry is been controlled by people who has something to do with either the artists or the commette of the awards.
According to him, winning awards in the industry is base not on merit but who you know which is gradually affecting some of the artists who works hard but find it to difficult get honoured because of what is happening.
The ‘Adom Awura’ hitmaker in an interview on Kessben TV’s “Around Town” emphasized that his comments were not mere allegations but based on personal experiences over the years.
“Our award schemes are such that, if you do not have your people there (those who make the final choice) who speak on your behalf, it will be very hard for you to receive the award.
“I’ve been nominated numerous times; however, despite the fact that everyone knew I was the most deserving of the award for the first nomination, I was ultimately unsuccessful in winning it. Even my opponents knew I should have won, but I lost instead. Despite this, I learned to disregard it and carry on with my life,” he revealed.
“Considering the I have made in the music industry and doing everything right in my musical career, I haven’t received any awards in Ghana,” he stated.