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Levixone named African Act of the Year

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The second edition of the annual Vine Awards set out to celebrate and reward Christians who are extraordinarily impacting their spheres of influence took place over the weekend . The awards recognize influencers in entertainment, Media, Business, Family, Education, Leadership, and governance.

Gospel artiste Levixone was awarded the Best African Act of Year at the 2021 Vine held in Kampala Uganda. Levixone also won the Video of the Year category for ‘Celebrate’ ft Beza Deborah.

Taking to his social media pages, he thanked his fans for the support and Vine Awards for the nomination noting that he got the good news while in Malawi. He has dedicated the award to all the gospel artists in Uganda.

“I can’t take this for granted, my beautiful people of Uganda and the whole world congratulations, this win is for everybody,” he posted. Vine awards celebrate and reward Christians who are extraordinarily impacting their spheres of influence.’

Other winners include; Coopy Bly, Grace Nakimera, and Uncle Mark among others.

The organisers noted that all the winners will be able to receive their accolades as soon as the lockdown has been eased which will enable the movements.

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