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Diana Hamilton Didn’t Charge For National Cathedral Show But Was Given Something – Manager



Diana Hamilton Didn't Charge For National Cathedral Show But Was Given Something - Manager

Multiple award-winning Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton’s manager has responded to allegations that his client received payment for performing at the National Cathedral fundraiser.

Recall following gospel singer cum pastor, Sonnie Badu‘s denial of taking $50,000.00 to perform at the national cathedral fundraiser in the US, MP for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George fingered some other gospel who took a huge sum of money to grace the occasion.

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According to Sam George, some Ghanaian gospel artists were given GHC30,000.00 each to grace the event with a performance.

Diana Hamilton who also performed at the fundraiser for the national cathedral project in Kumasi years back has cleared the air.

According to her manager, David Ennin who spoke in an interview with Metro TV explained that the Adom hitmaker didn’t charge the national cathedral committee for anything, however, they were given something.

He added the undisclosed money given to them was for ‘fuel.’

“Diana performed in Kumasi when they did the Ashanti Regional one (National Cathedral fundraiser). We have a category of appreciation for artistes. When you say artistes were paid, does it mean that the artist charged or they were appreciated because as far as I know, we didn’t charge,” he said.

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“I think they appreciated us, but that one I can’t disclose [the amount], and it was not anything that is close to any charge. That one we didn’t charge. Diana Hamilton performed, but she didn’t charge. But I quite remember; I think they gave something for what she did,” David Ennin added.

The artiste manager detailed “we stayed for long because the program delayed and so after everything, I think they gave something for our fuel and whatever. That is what I can say. But on authority, we didn’t charge because the was no negotiation“.

This comes to add to many controversies surrounding the government’s decision to build a National Cathedral.

According to the NDC and other critics, the NPP government is hiding behind the project to engage in corruption.

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