VGMA: Charter House introduces Free Voting System

As part of incentives to uplift the integrity of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Charter House has introduced “Free Voting System.”

The Free Voting System would among other things help inclusive participation of the awards scheme.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Head of Event of Charter House, Robert Klah indicated that the new voting system would help fans and music lovers to express their opinion through the act of voting.

He noted that every year Charter House look at where to upgrade to enable the public participate in the annual event for the satisfaction of both the artistes and the general public.

Mr Klah observed that the awards being the most respected and prestigious awards of the country, there were lots of incentives and activities that the organisers were putting in place to foster change and improve the integrity of the awards scheme.

He explained that through the Free Voting System the public would not spend a dime on sms when they vote their favourites artistes who deserved to win from the categories.

Mr Klah stated that the public would be informed and educated on how to partake in the Free exercise once the time comes and urged them to vote to make the exercise successful.


Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

I am An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist.

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