Current information gathered by www.nydjlive.com indicates that the leadership of the Ghana Music Right Owners (GHAMRO) headed by Carlos Sakyi has been dissolved and a new interim board set.
The ruling comes after a judge at the Accra Human Rights Court passed a judgement on a case brought before it led by ace Ghanaian musician Nana Ampadu and over a hundred other musicians including Noble Nketsiah, Tic Tac, Castro and many others against GHAMRO and its executives.
The verdict was reached this morning that the 12-member board is running Ghamro unconstitutionally.
The new interim committe will include a list of music related individuals including Okyeame Kwame, Enoch Agyepong and Aboagye DaCosta who would be at the helm of affairs for the next six months before elections are held.
Issues of GHAMRO have been very rampant lately as members have accused Carlos Sakyi and other executives including K.K. Kabobo, Mark Okraku Mantey and others for inability to call for a general meeting to discuss state of affiars of the organization, render accounts and organize a proper elections.