Akosua is a big liar, Akwaboah Snr was too proud and asked for our help only once

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Rex Omar, the chairman of the interim administration committee for the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO), has denied allegations that the group failed to supply for the late Kwadwo Akwaboah throughout his sickness.

The late Kwadwo Akwaboah allegedly contacted GHAMRO for monetary assist for remedy at a number of instances, however was only granted GH 250, in accordance with highlife musician Akosua Agyapong.

She questioned whether or not the CEO, who purportedly gave Akwaboah Senior that pitiful sum of cash when he was in want, may attend his funeral and supply him a respectable burial.

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READ ALSO:The late Kwadwo Akwaboah Snr bought only ₵250 from GHAMRO when he requested cash for medication — Akosua Agyapong

In reply to Akosua Agyapong, Rex Omar, posted on Social media :

“Akosua is the most important liar! So why didn’t she discuss it until now that the person is useless? We’ve got no such information in our welfare books. Kwadwo was a very proud man and won’t ever say any such factor to anybody,” he wrote in a Fb remark.

“Throughout his complete years of illness, it’s only once he ever asked for help from GHAMRO, and when he did, GHAMRO welfare took him to the hospital of their car to satisfy his physician, and there was no cash paid to Kwadwo himself however to the hospital. Information are there to show this: Kwadwo is useless, so now, abruptly, Akosua has change into his spokesperson? She ought to shut up along with her fabricated tales and permit the person to relaxation in peace!” he additional said.

The legendary highlife musician Kwadwo Akwaboah died on Could 16, 2023, after falling unwell.

The information of his demise was introduced by his son Akwaboah Jr on his Fb web page.

There have been a number of criticisms of poor fee of royalties and welfare by GHAMRO to its members.

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Well-liked hiplife artiste Kwaw Kese, often called ‘Abodam’ in 2022, lamented how he had made music for over 20 years with out receiving any royalties.

Subsequently, GHAMRO made an effort to pay him some cash.

Though GHAMRO is a collective administration organisation (CMO) and not a welfare group, it is mandated by its structure to allocate 10% of monies acquired as royalties to cater for the welfare of musicians.

GHAMRO has assured its members of having fun with the complete advantages of the organisation as they proceed to work for the betterment of the group.

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