Head Of Communication for Charter House, George Quaye has expressed his displeasure to KSM about how people insult Charter House rather than offering constructive criticisms.
George Quaye was the Spokesperson for the VGMAs board until he was quietly and respectfully fired for a wildfire allegation he made that Gospel Artistes attempt offering bribe for awards much more than secular acts do.
George Quaye confessed to KSM that indeed that statement he made exerted some pressure on him to vacate the job of speaking for the VGMAs board. He lamented that he is however surprised that his colleagues in the media fraternity led the crusade for his outcast from Charter House which unfortunately did not happen though their agitations caused his step down from the VGMAs Board.
According to George Quaye, Charter House pampers him enough and won’t just throw him out unlike how some employers do to their staff, citing TV3 for example on how they poorly treated Nana Aba Anamoah.
George reiterating the negative backlash the VGMAs scheme receives despite their efforts to always make it better, appealed to critics not to insult Charter House but offer helpful criticisms. To the very harsh ones who wants the scheme to be quashed, he added that ” pull VGMAs down, we still have other things to do”. The Annual 1000 laughs and Something Comedy Series, Tv Reality Shows like Miss Malaika and The Challenge are some other Charter House productions.
George Quaye spoke to KSM on Friday on the KSM show which airs on Metro Tv.