Sista Afia hasn’t offended anybody, she can reach out to us – Robert Klah

Ghanaian singer-songwriter Sista Afia has been urged to get in touch with the Telecel Ghana Music Awards, according to Robert Klah, Head of Public Events and Communications, to voice any concerns she may have about her exclusion from the list of nominees for the 2024 event.

This follows the March 28, 2024, release of the nominee list for the 2024 Telecel Ghana Music Awards.

In response to the news, Sista Afia tweeted that she felt treated unfairly by the program, particularly since her 2021 hit song “Asuoden” did not receive any nominations for the previous edition.

She questioned whether she had offended anyone at the scheme, claiming that some artists receive nominations without even filing.

Robert Klah stressed on April 2, 2024, in response to her grievances on Hitz FM, that the scheme’s organizers were following all legal procedures concerning nominations.

He refuted Sista Afia’s assertion that she had offended anyone at the scheme. She is not receiving any unfair treatment as a result.

You can always get in touch with me, Sista Afia. I am available at all times. Personally, I do not believe she has trodden on anyone’s toes. We are doing this using the same procedure we use to nominate artists,” he stated.

Sista Afia’s assertion that some artists receive nominations without even applying was refuted by Robert Klah.

According to him, a specialized research team is in charge of considering deserving nominations, and they always get in touch with the artists beforehand.

“That individuals do not submit nominations but still receive nominations is not totally accurate. Our research team occasionally includes songs that are deserving of nomination. And we get in touch with the artist first, even with that,” he added.

Robert Klah encouraged all artists to contact his group for clarification if they had any questions about their nominations.

“Anyone can petition the board, and we will take the necessary action if they have a compelling case for any reason,” he stated.

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