Ghanaian gospel musician, has said he does not see Joe Mettle as a competition since their goal is a collective effort to propagate the Gospel.

Answering a question in an interview on Class FM hosted by Nana Akwesi Asare, the award winning-artiste said she has never heard anyone compare her to Joe Mettle and will not like to see him as a competitor.

“I don’t think there’s a competition between us. I haven’t heard anybody comparing me to Joe mettle; I think the goal is one – to grow people to Christ”

She continued: “The Bible says that the harvest is big but the labourers are few so I think the more the merrier so that we can draw people to Christ and so I don’t think there’s a competition between us”.

has become a strong force in the local gospel industry in with much accolades and recognition both locally and internationally.

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This was felt in the recent release by Billboard to recognize the Ghanaian acts with the most YouTube views on their contents which had her being the only woman featured on the list with 4.63m views.

Joe Mettle

On the back of the rife and quarrels in the gospel music industry especially with recent developments which had to do with claiming supremacy and belittling the craft of Joe Mettle, Diana Hamilton believes competition is not the way to go.

On the other side, Joe Mettle happens to be the only gospel artiste to ever win the Artiste of the Year award in 2017 which puts him on a strong pedestal.

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