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Thursday, July 11, 2013

PASTOR Andile KaMajola FAILED to feed his guests at the Vodacom Durban July!

And there was not even a fly at the Marquee-n!

After the Pastor/former street kid did several interviews with various publications he did not deliver the big promises for the Gospel fanatics at the FIRST Gospel Marquee at the Vodacom Durban July 2013!

According to reports on Thursday the VVIP was sold out and each ticket priced at R4 000+, while general access was R1 500 and only four general tickets were left at the Marquee that boasted with 200-seater!

Talking with the Independent on Saturday KaMajola was quoted as saying, “Gospel music is the best selling genre in the country but we never get the platform to shine at such events, but that is all going to change from this year,” he said, adding that his marquee would make an annual appearance at the event.

Reportedly the so-called Andile KaMajola Gospel Marquee boasted with the promised attendance of several prominent politicians, including KZN Premier Zweli Mkhize, Public Enterprise Minister Malusi Gigaba and Arts and Culture MEC Ntombikayise Sibhidla-Saphetha have been invited to his tent.
Gospel industry personalities and musicians who will be part of the line-up include pastor Vusi Dube, Benjamin Dube, Solly Mahlangu and Judith Sephuma.
It is now revealed that none of them attended the Marquee, and that includes Pastor Andile KaMajola himself  who claims catering was late getting lost.
"The was no food, no water and no performances at the Marquee." said one of the ticket holders.
THE Independent on Saturday reported that KaMajola, an award-winning gospel artist and founder of the All Nations Cathedral International Church, said his guests would have to adhere to a strict dress code, adding that revellers with exposed body parts would be asked to cover up before making their way into his 200-seater tent.
Tea Time to Lunchtime with Zookey on Gagasi Fm also gave the Pastor an interview about the first Gospel Marquee at the Racecourse. 

KaMajola apologized to his supporters when he was interviewed by Isolezwe Newspaper. Saying that he'll deliver better next year...

A lesson for the Pastor - Durban July is not for amateurs you must know your story!

 By Staff Reporter 

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