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Ohemaa Mercy bags two nominations at Ghana Blogging & Social Media Awards

Ohemaa Mercy
Mercy Twum-Ampofo aka Ohemaa Mercy has been nominated for this year’s Ghana Blogging And Social Media Awards. The “Aseda” singer was nominated for the “Artiste With Best Social Media Appearance” and “Artiste With Best YouTube Account” categories.

The nominations come as a result of her constant interaction with fans on social media network platforms; Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Other entertainers who were nominated for the awards included Shatta Wale, Wiyaala, Mr. Eazi, Benedicta Gafah, Sarkodie and others.

The online public vote and expert judging will be announced via Blogging Ghana’s Twitter and Facebook pages on Wednesday March 16, 2017. Voting will also commence on the same day.



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