Preachers Win The “Most Wanted Rap Award” Again At Christian Community Music Awards, 2014

Preachers win award

The multiple award winning group, Preachers, once again was declared winners of the “Most Wanted Rap Song of the Year” with their popular single “No Juju” at the just ended Christian Community Music Awards held on Saturday, 3rd January 2015.

The 3rd edition of the Most Wanted Awards by the Christian Community Microfinance Limited (CCML) held at the College of Physicians and Surgeons Conference Hall saw a huge number of music lovers and Christians who were thrilled by performances by Gospel group Preachers, Eugene Zutah, Joe Mettle, Florocka, and a host of others.

Beating the likes of KingzKid, E-rock, and Royal Priesthood, the gospel rap trio Preachers, splendidly took careful strides onto the stage to grab the prestigious award.

Meanwhile, this happens to be the second time the trio has won the Most Wanted Rap Award in a row. The “Go Hard” and “No Juju” hit makers thanked the most high God and dedicated the award to the Holy Trinity, that’s, God the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit.

Gospel Town, management of the trio joined them to express their appreciation to their loyal fans for the love and support rendered to them. To the CCML, organizers of the awards event, Preachers commended them for such a successful event.

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