Nacee’s exit from No Tribe was unfair – Lord Bondzie

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The leader of gospel group No Tribe, Lord Bondzie has described colleague Nacee’s exit from the assembly as unfair.

Bondzie who disagrees with Nacee’s claim that he was the founder of the group also alleges that Nacee left the group against his wish.

He refuted assertions the once vibrant gospel group No Tribe became indistinct after Nacee’s exit suggesting that Nacee was unknown beyond the leadership of the group.

“When you say No Tribe, that is what I am known for but Nacee is Nacee. He did not make No Tribe” he told Joy News’ MzGee.

Lord Bondzie who is now signed to Dynamics Unlimited, managers of Celestine Donkor is set to organise a free workshop on March 3 and a live recording concert dubbed ‘My Instrument, My Worship’ March 6, 2018, at the International Charismatic Church (ICC), Nyamekye-Fadama.

Though He is also on a solo mission, he maintains that No Tribe is still intact.


















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