- Charterhouse's CEO has hinted that they will not tolerate abusive criticism
- She urged artistes to vent their frustrations in a civilized manner
- She said organizers will take legal action if they feel their rights are infringed upon
Mrs. Theresa Ayoade, Chief Executive Officer of Charterhouse, organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), has stated that they will not tolerate any form of abuse from disgruntled artistes.
According to Mrs. Ayoade, the VGMA is a very competitive event, and therefore there is always going to be disgruntled people with dashed expectations.
Mrs. Ayoade, who was speaking at this year's nominee party, expressed that the competition's organizers welcome criticism in good faith.
This being said, she also added that organizers will take legal action if they feel that their rights are being infringed upon.
The CEO of Chartehouse went on to say that although artistes may end up being upset, she urged them to try and express their frustrations in a civilized manner.
"You can be upset, you can be angry but please address your grievances in a civil way, so we can work together to build the industry," she said.
Mrs. Theresa Ayoade also stated that her organization is one that listens, and welcomes suggestions. She said it is for this reason that they keep making changes every year.
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