“What I know is the Music Week was organized by the Music Council so Obuor has to account for the GH¢2million"
Highlife singer, Akosua Agyapong, has described the Obour lead administration as ineffective and inefficient slowing down the progress of MUSIGA.
In an interview with Adom FM, the talented dancer and singer revealed that Obour’s administration have nothing solid to prove for the GH¢2million government gave to the creative arts industry in 2012 and a charge of misappropriation may not be far from right.
“What I know is the Music Week was organized by the Music Council so Obuor has to account for the GH¢2million", she said.
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“In fact, Obuor is trying to do something I guess but he has proved unreliable enough so he has to be changed.”
“We want Obour to open up to the musicians because we don’t know how he spends our money on things we do not get any real results from.”
According to her member of MUSIGA did not benefit from the Music Week, which Obuor and his team spent GH¢2million to organize.