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The world is coming to us- Dnaff on the international nomination

Dnaff and Nam Gospel United scoop Maranatha Africa Continental Awards nomination.

There is nothing better than getting rewarded for your hard work, especially when the reward is unexpected. Namibian award-winning gospel artist Dnaff is one of the many who can testify to this statement. Recently he was nominated alongside his gospel group Nam Gospel in the Maranatha Africa Continental Awards.

With over 30 categories and 500 nominees, the Oshawana singer says the nomination alone is humbling as he did not apply to be nominated as his work on YouTube appealed to the criteria of the competition.


” This came as a shock to me, I even thought it was a hoax. I am more than humbled to be nominated in the international awards without having to apply. This means that we as a country are finally being noticed as the world is coming to us now. We don’t have to go to it anymore,” he said.

Maranatha Awards is a global worship music award scheme acknowledging authentic biblical worship music. D-Naff has been nominated in the category Breakthrough Male Minister of the Year and for Best Music Video We Pray, featuring Nam Gospel Artists.

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