The Ghana Base Management, organizers of “United for Peace Concert” which was held on December 24 last year, has finally declared its readiness to institute a legal action against one of Ghana’s leading hiplife group, Praye, for failing to honour its side of a contract to perform at the show.
A source close to the management told BEATWAVES in a chat yesterday, “we are ready for court to seek redress,” adding that it had already given its lawyers the green light to process the case for court.
He stated that his outfit decided to seek redress at the law court because the hiplife trio deliberately failed to show up for the concert they had been paid to perform at, but chose to perform for a local radio station on that same day.
He said Ghana Base Management was disappointed because music fans who attended the programmme requested for a refund of the monies they paid to watch the show all because Praye failed to show up that day.
He hinted that after the event, Praye did not even make any attempt to refund the money despite persistent requests.
Praye is made up of Nana Kwame, Steven Fiawoo and Eugene Baah, known in showbiz circles as Praye Tenten, Praye Tietia and Praye Ho Ne Ho respectively.
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