Mrs. Theresa Ayoade, the Chief Executive Officer of CharterHouse
Head of Communications, George Quaye’s bribery claims made against gospel artists in Ghana has seen CharterHouse Ghana, organizers of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards render an apology on behalf of one of ‘their own’, in regards to the comments which the former recently alleged on his show ‘Pundits’ that most offers of bribe that come to him as an Executive of the award scheme are from gospel artists.
Mrs. Theresa Ayoade, the Chief Executive Officer of CharterHouse, has quickly come out to say that George was talking as an individual at that point on his show and not of the Board of the VGMAs. She issued the disclaimer publicly before a throng of press men which Ytainment.com was part. She went on to affirm that George was not authorized by the Board; neither did he act in the capacity as a spokesperson of the Board on the matter, therefore they are disassociating themselves from the bribery claims. As part of her points made, she pleaded for forgiveness from all the active Gospel artistes who have been hammered with (by) George’s claims.
Moving on, she told Ghanaians that George will not speak on behalf of the VGMA Board this year, 2017, but still remains the Head of Communications of CharterHouse Ghana; and that any enquires regarding 2017 VGMAs, should be directed to Mr. Nii Ayite Hammond and Mr. Mark Okraku Mantey.