AdomTV has debunked allegations of bribery levelled against organisers of children’s musical contest Nsoromma Season 2.
In a recent interview, a contestant in the just-ended season, Steven Nyameke, is purported to have said the ultimate prizes for were reserved for the highest bidder.
But AdomTV, in a statement signed by management, explained that “the entire contest 60% votes came from independent judges and 40% from the general public via text to adjudge the winner”.
Read the full statement below.
AdomTV’s attention has been drawn to an interview and subsequent publication granted by Steven Nyameke, a contestant in the ju4st-ended ADOMTV NSOROMMA Season 2 musical contest on ADOMTV.
In the said interview and publication by ZionFelix an online blog/blogger on Monday, 27th January 2020, Steven Nyameke is purported to have said that the verdict on the top positions were induced with money.
AdomTV by this statement seeks to refute all the allegations of bribe-taking leveled against the organizers of Nsoromma Season 2. We state without any doubt that throughout the entire contest 60% of votes came from independent judges and 40% from the general public via text to adjudge the winner.
Nsoromma is a highly competitive musical contest and recognizes Steven Nyameke as one of the kids who really put in his best, but unfortunately, there was only one spot for the ultimate prize.
AdomTV will like to assure all stakeholders and the general public that Nsoromma will continue to unearth and project the talents of Ghanaian children in a fair manner in the coming seasons.