Nii Ayite Hammond, once head of production at Ghana’s biggest event company, Charterhouse has resigned.
According to sources, his resignation comes at the back of new managerial role assigned to him at Hope channel, a Seventh-day Adventist Church Television station.
He is being tasked at the new broadcasting station to use his expertise over the period to manage affairs and business of the company.
Mr Ayite Hammond served Charterhouse for good seventeen years of his life. He helped the company achieve a lot over the period.
His resignation from the event company comes as a surprise to many, especially when it came with no prior notice or warning, with many still coming to terms of the fact that, he is no more with a company he worked with for over a decade.
Mr. Hammond almost two decades at Charterhouse presided over successful events such as the Ghana Music Awards, Miss Malaika, Ovation Red Carol Concert, all International musical events for the likes of Jay-Z , Ja Rule, Busta Ryhmes, Chris Brown, Akon, Big Sean, P-Square among others.
He also superintended over the making of some of the well-watched and renowned television shows in the country including ‘Agoro’, ‘It Takes 2’, ‘The Challenge’, ‘Rhythmz’ and a deluge of others.
The amount of expertise he brought to practice as Board Chairman and member of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards cannot be downplayed. His expertise helped the event company to become one of the best in the business of event organization and television production.
His dedication and commitment over the years has named Charterhouse as one of the best production houses in Ghana and Africa as a whole. The success story of Charterhouse cannot be said without touching on the name of Mr. Hammond.
However sources within Charterhouse disclosed that, the separation between Mr. Hammond and the event house lies on a mutual ground. The source further indicated that, Nii could be called upon any time his experience at a particular field is needed.