George “Aboagye” Quaye, Public Relation Officer for Charterhouse, organisers of the annual Ghana Music Awards has defended MUSIGA’s failure to give Kantanka car to No Tribe as winners of Gospel Artiste of the Year at the 2015 edition of the awards show.
George Quaye in a chat with KMJ on Hitz FM Monday morning said he finds no problem with MUSIGA giving a Hyundai car to No Tribe instead of Kantanka Automobile as promised and advertised before, during and after VGMAs.
“Unfortunately there was a problem with the delay but the car did come. Now are we going to capitalize on the delay to demoralize MUSIGA and bastardize them and make them feel that they don’t know what they are doing or we are going to rather encourage them to even go beyond just getting one car?
What happened last year I didn’t see it as a problem, I just saw it as a delay. MUSIGA has also always held its word.”
When KMJ, host of Daybreak Hitz corrected him that the Kantanka automobile promised was not delivered to the music group, George disclosed that “what you are telling me is just a name. At the end of the day No Tribe was promised a car. You are telling me that because the car is not Kantanka… so why have they accepted it? They should treturn it and say they want Kantanka. Why is No Tribe not returning and say “no you promised us Kantanka so we want Kantanka car”? They should return it and say they want Kantanka. They were promised a car and they have been given a car so we need to move forward. It is not an issue of a deceit.”
The Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA, presented brand new Hyundai car to No Tribe on December 24th at Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry, C.E.M when they hosted the second edition of Praiz Concert.