3 Music Awards; Baba Sadiq Breaks Silence
Baba Sadiq, the former CEO of 3 Music Networks, has addressed the concerns surrounding the organization of the 2023 edition of the 3 Music Awards. The organizers, known for their successful events since the awards’ inception in 2018, have remained quiet about their plans for this year’s ceremony, deviating from their usual schedule of hosting it before the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards by Charter House.
This unexpected silence has raised worries among music enthusiasts who believed that the 3 Music Awards had the potential to rival the VGMAs and establish itself as a well-organized and influential event. To shed some light on the situation, Baba Sadiq recently appeared on Joy FM’s ‘Showbiz A-Z’ show with Kwame Dadzie.
During the interview, Baba Sadiq mentioned that the current CEO of 3 Music Networks, Rashidatu Yasmine Abdulai, and her team were preparing to make a forthcoming statement. While he refrained from speculating on the content of the statement, he expressed his confidence in the competence of the current CEO and her team to make the best decision for the organization.
Responding to speculations that the lack of organization was due to a shortage of funds caused by his campaign for the parliamentary seat in Okaikoi Central, Baba Sadiq laughed off the notion, stating that it was not the case. He dismissed the idea that the funds meant for the awards were being diverted for his personal political ambitions.
In conclusion, Baba Sadiq’s remarks provide some assurance that there will be communication from the current CEO and her team regarding the 2023 3 Music Awards. He expressed confidence in their abilities and hinted at an upcoming statement that would shed more light on the situation.