CEO of Charterhouse, Mrs Theresa Ayoade has finally spoken about the horrible incident that occurred on Saturday. On the AM show of Joy news, she hinted about a possible sanction for Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
On the show, she debunked claims that the security at the event didn’t thoroughly screen guests before allowing them entry. Reacting to this, she said;
“What happened at the last VGMA was rather unfortunate. We unreservedly apologize for that. We had body scanners on the premises to check for weapons and other unwanted items. Nonetheless, we may not have been able to scan every single person that came through the gates”.
When asked what possible punishments would be meted out to the duo, Mrs. Ayoade said;
“Our music industry is too big and two personalities cannot be the downfall of our industry. The industry existed way before they joined it and will continue to exist. The industry will continue to thrive, VGMA will move to a higher level and I believe these two ( Shattawale & Stonebwoy ) artistes will find a way to make peace. We will do our best to facilitate the process. We have our own rules and regulations pertaining to the VGMAS, and we will announce whatever sanction they have for both Shatta wale and Stonebwoy soon