C.E.O of Charter House, Mrs Theresa Ayaode has assured patrons of proper and stricter security measures to ensure this year’s VGMA goes on smoothly.
This comes after the unfortunate incident that happened between reggae/dancehall acts, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy at the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the award scheme last year.
Speaking at the launch of the 21st VGMAs, Mrs Ayaode stressed that security is one of their top most priorities this year.
“…We also wish to assure our patrons that your safety is of utmost priority to us and we are working hand in hand with our Sponsors Vodafone and the Nation’s security apparatus to put in place a robust safety and security plan which will ensure your safety right from the gates of the venue, to your seating and throughout the event. This is to ensure you have the best VGMA EXPERIENCE ALWAYS!” she said.
The 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Night Saturday is set for May 2nd 2020 at the Grand Arena, AICC.