Charterhouse reacts to Amakye Dede’s comment that he was forced to crown Kuami Eugene king of highlife

Charterhouse, the organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), has distanced itself from allegations that Amakye Dede, a renowned highlife artist, was coerced into crowning Kuami Eugene, a young highlife and Afro-beat singer, as the future king of highlife in Ghana.

The production company has clarified that it played no role in the events that led to the crowning. Robert Klah, the Head of Public Events and Communication at Charterhouse, has suggested that Amakye Dede should be asked directly to reveal who pressured him into carrying out the activity.

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These statements were made in response to Amakye Dede’s recent revelation that he yielded to external pressures to crown the 2020 VGMA Artiste of the Year, but he did not disclose the identity of the orchestrator. Following the incident in 2019, Amakye Dede faced significant criticism from various figures in the music industry, including record producer Zapp Mallet.

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