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25th TGMA: King Promise is a great performer he only had a bad day – Robert Klah

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Robert Klah, the Head of Public Events and Communications at Charter House, recently addressed the issues surrounding King Promise’s performance at the 25th edition of the Telecel Ghana Music Awards.

During an interview on Joy Prime, Klah clarified that neither the artist nor the technical team was at fault.

He emphasized that both parties put in their best efforts, but unfortunately, things did not go as planned.

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Klah attributed King Promise’s lackluster performance to an off day, a common occurrence that can happen to anyone.

He mentioned that although there were initial sound issues, they were quickly resolved.

Despite the negative feedback from the audience, Klah insisted that the decision to have King Promise as the opening act was a collective board decision.

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The team had high expectations for King Promise based on his past performances, and they were looking forward to a captivating show.

Klah expressed disappointment that things did not turn out as expected but urged the public to support and encourage the artist to improve in future events.

Following King Promise’s performance, social media users criticized him for not giving his best, with some blaming Charter House for sound quality issues.

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However, the technical team made improvements, and subsequent performances by artists like Efya, Nacee, Kuami Eugene, and Stonebwoy were well-received.

Klah acknowledged the challenges faced during the event and mentioned plans to address them for future editions.

These include addressing delays on the red carpet, reducing the number of award categories presented, and possibly changing the start time for the event.

Overall, Klah emphasized the need to support and uplift artists like King Promise, who are talented performers but may have occasional off days. Encouragement and constructive feedback can help them grow and excel in their craft.

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Dickson Ofori Siaw
Dickson Ofori Siawhttp://ighanaian.com/journalist/dickson
Dickson Ofori Siaw is an experienced Ghanaian journalist who has worked with credible news outlets, including Ghanafuo.com where he serves as the Head of Content and Editor-at-Large. He also serves as the Editor at iGhanaian.com
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