Regarding Charter House's decision to ban artistes following certain actions they considered inappropriate, there has been some sort of backfire effect. Nobody is saying they have not got the right to do this, the point being made is that since these artistes happen to be very influential when it comes to music in Ghana, isn't Charter House giving the award to the wrong and undeserving person? The most notable of this situation is the fact that two of the biggest stars in the ' Dancehall' genre were being banned from the awards ceremony following their row on stage. "Yaa pono" also happens to have been barred from the awards ceremony for some time now. It is very evident that this decision by Charter House has really altered the serenity of the awards ceremony since certain awards given out tend to be clearly unmerited. Some weeks ago, there had been news of Charter House's decision to lift the ban on the Dancehall artistes, whether or not we will be seeing them soon at the awards ceremony is still a mystery.
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