The entire Kessben Media conglomerate has rescinded on its decision to continually bar the songs of Ghanaian singer Kwaisey Pee from being played in their outfit.
In a memo sighted by Zionfelix.net, the popular media outfit ordered its affiliates and stations to lift the ban they placed on the Mehia Odo singer.
Excerpts from the note indicated that appropriate staff now had the ‘greenlight’ to play any of the musician’s songs as they saw fit.
The decision from the media outfit followed crunch discussions with the singer and his management over their relationship and the way forward.
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Zionfelix.net earlier reported that the management of Kessben Media had ordered their employees to stop playing songs and videos from the Ghanaian highlife musician.
In a document sighted by Zionfelix.net, the handlers of the Kumasi-based media outfit cautioned all workers of both Kessben TV and FM not to air Kwaisey’s songs and videos.
“Notice is hereby served to MCR and all On-Air staff to stop airing/playing of Kwaisey Pee’s songs on our Premium Network until further notice.
“All staff MUST take note and act accordingly. Thank You,” a Memo signed by the Head of Programmes at Kessben Media, Omanhene Yaw Adu Boakye read.