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VGMA20: Chaterhouse 'mafia' us - Praye disappointed

By Michael Klugey
Chaterhouse 'mafia' us - Praye disappointed
Chaterhouse 'mafia' us - Praye disappointed

The nomination list for the 20th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is out and Ghanaian hiplife music trio, Praye has levelled allegations against the organisers of the event that they deserve to be nominated for Group of the Year award.  

Even though Communications Director of Charterhouse, George Quaye has assured Ghanaians that the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2019, will be the best as compared to previous years, controversies around the award scheme have already started.

According to a Facebook post by Choirmaster, a leading member of the group, they were the strongest group in the year under review because after their big comeback at the 2018 VGMAs, they have played various shows and that none of the other group nominated come any close to them.

Praye Tiatia further states that even though the awards is in its 20th year, the organizers, Charterhouse, have failed to learn because they keep committing the same unpardonable mistakes.

He also emphasized that because they have seen that the organizers want to intentionally ‘mafia’ them, they have decided they won’t make an appearance at the awards. 

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