Don’t expect funding when you’re running Charterhouse like a secret society – Bridget Otoo fumes

Bridget Otoo

TV Personality Bridget Otoo has hit at Charterhouse, telling them to make their accounts and monies they make from organizing the Ghana Music Awards public. 

She made this statement after Sarkodie pleaded with corporate Ghana to invest in making the Ghana Music Award prestigious. 

Bridget was responding to a series of tweets from Sarkodie, and she said Charterhouse is run like some secret cult where everything they do is hidden from the public. 

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She explained that Charterhouse keep insisting there’s no money in the organization of Ghana Music Awards. But surprisingly, they have never told the public how much they make from sponsorships. 

She wrote ”Sark, I keep hearing this line over and over. How much money would be enough for Charter house? So we even know how much @VodafoneGhana invests? Do they make their financial records public? You can’t ask for more funds when you are running a secret society!”.

She also told Charterhouse to tell the world how much Vodafon Ghana invested in the 20th anniversary. 

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“How much did @VodafoneGhana invest in the 20th anniversary. You really believe Charter house when they sing “we don’t have money, we didn’t get sponsors” if Ghana music isn’t profitable they should abandon it and let another company run it!”. 

Meanwhile, she has challenged Charterhouse to leave the event in the hands of another company if they really believe there’s no money in it. 

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“If Charter house is complaining about sponsorship, they should abandon Ghana music for another company .. I bet you they won’t cos Ghana music awards is what is sustaining the company!”



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