More trouble for GHAMRO even after court ruling?

For once I thought news of the recent bickering and challenges with the music rights collection society of Ghana, Ghana Music Rights Organization often known as GHAMRO which had dominated most entertainment review shows over the country was nearing an end after an Accra court ruled that the erstwhile administration led by Carlos Sakyi and others was operating unconstitutionally and hence the need for an interim management which comprised the Public Relations Officer for the Musicians Union of Ghana, Okyeame Kwame and others but as I speak, a section of the organization (GHAMRO) are not enthused about the members who make the interim management which is supposed to see to the running of the organization for the next six months until proper elections are held. Okyeame Kwame

According to displeasure registered by some members of GHAMRO, the decision by the court to institute a new interim management to oversee the affairs of the organization for the next six (6) months until proper elections were held was a welcoming however they did not understand the process it used in selecting the members for the interim management.

They believed unlike the previous administration, there was fair representation from various music and rights related institutions making it somehow better than the current which is made up of ONLY members from MUSIGHA.

On July 11 2014, 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 reached was that the 12-member board is running GHAMRO unconstitutionally.

The question is, when would they agitations STOP?

The new members of the interim management are Okyeame Kwame, Enoch Agyepong and Aboagye DaCosta.

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