The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Frimprince Music Production has said he initially didn’t imply to terminate the contract between him and his artiste of twenty-two years, gospel singer Diana Asamoah.

Speaking on Kumasi-based Angel FM, Emmanuel Anane Frimpong said he served the musician with a termination contract as his manner of extending an olive department following a dispute.

Although he refused to spotlight what Diana Asamoah had achieved improper, he explained that he anticipated the singer to take into account the specter of termination as a possibility to apologise and change her methods.

Mr. Frimpong said he gave her three weeks after delivering the letter, a good amount of time, for the singer to bear self introspection and apologise to him.

He noted that Diana Asamoah, as a substitute, counter-signed the termination letter and issued a letter of acceptance, indicating her opinions on which of the termination clauses she agrees with and these she doesn’t.

Earlier within the week, Frimprince Music Productions released a letter indicating that the company had parted methods with veteran gospel singer Diana Asamoah.

The company, owned by the musician’s lengthy-time producer, Mr Frimpong, pulled the plugs on their relationship of almost 22 years.

In a letter addressed to Diana Asamoah, in August, Mr. Frimpong noted that on “several” events, she has breached the verbal settlement that binds them thus the termination.

Among other issues, the company took possession of the singer’s verified Facebook web page ‘The Evangelist Diana Asamoah’, dissociated itself from Abba Father, an annual gospel live performance and the singer’s company, Mabo Wo Din.

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