Ghanaian actor and comedian, David Oscar
Ghanaian well-known on-screen character and comedian, David Oscar, has approached the Charterhouse or the coordinators of the just ended Ghana Music Awards 2016 to apologize to the highlife artist, A.B. Crentsil, for how poorly they presented the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Talking to the media, David Oscar said the humiliating way by which the prestigious award was presented says a lot about the level of appreciation Charterhouse has for the Ghanaian artists.
As indicated by the comedian, the great artist, A.B. Crentsil really deserves a lot of admiration and respect for his extraordinary participation in the improvement of music in Ghana. He has been working for the betterment of the music industry since 40 years.
The Lifetime Achievement Award must not be seen as an ordinary award, it’s a prestigious award, since it is done in acknowledgment of a whole profession brimming with accomplishments and commitments to the industry. The award winner must feel genuinely honored. What happened in the night was an act unworthy for a winner of such award’, he expressed.
David Oscar, who is as of now very busy, promoting his latest reggae single, Rasta Love, additionally convinced the Charterhouse to overhaul the Lifetime Achievement Award to be a standout amongst the most imperative awards in the resulting events, by adding a short video and also very much practiced performances to pay tribute to the award winner.
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