Ghamro Should Be Dissolved With Immediate Effect- Alliance For Change In Ghana Music Members
If Ghamro is a private organisation as boldly stated by the former board chairman Mr Rex Omar, then why has the Attorney General of Ghana refused to grant other capable entities the license and the power to start ANOTHER COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION (C.M.O)?
The Alliance for Change in Ghana Music has written to the attorney general’s office on two different occasions within the past one year but the attorney general or his deputy have refused to reply to us or even invite the Alliance to their office in order to have these very crucial discussions in moving our Ghana Music Industry forward? Even after submitting our petition which was signed by hundreds of Ghanaian music industry stars and stakeholders last year.
Why is the attorney general’s office still supporting Ghamro despite millions of evidences brought against Ghamro and their clear incompetence and inability to perform, not forgetting the mismanagement of funds?
All we are saying is GIVE OTHER FORMIDABLE ORGANISATIONS LIKE THE ALLIANCE FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO INTRODUCE ANOTHER CMO SO GHANAIAN MUSIC STAKEHOLDERS CAN HAVE A CHOICE INSTEAD OF BEING TIED UP WITH A DEAD AND INOPERABLE CMO LIKE GHAMRO.
There Is Fire On The Mountain So The Government Of Ghana Through The Creative Arts Ministry And The Attorney General’s Office Must Act Now Or Be Seen As Part Of The Problem.
This message is for All organisations that keep inviting the clowns in Ghamro to continue their charade of “lying and defending” their failed mandate at the non existing CMO.
The most serious failure of leadership is the failure to foresee and clearly in the video you shall understand how the present Ghamro board and administrators are clowns.
But to my friend and partner within the Alliance for Change in Ghana Music Seven Xevier, you are an epitome of what Ghana has lacked for a long time and certainly our so called gatekeepers that have become praise singers because of hunger. Seven your are the reason Martin Luther Kings said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy”. You duced them up with the unpleasant truth and history shall not forget you.
The creative industry might be rejoicing now because of a deputy ministerial position but it’s woes shall never end and might get worse if persons like Mark Okraku Mante still thinks that this leadership of Ghamro is the haven to change things when they have failed abysmally; besides I’m not surprised since he is part of the long failures of the Collection Management Organisation of Ghana.
He spoke openly of his dislike of the Alliance for Change in Ghana Music but what he seem to forget is that his hate can’t stop progress; and even if he fights progress because of his hate for this change entity, all he shall achieve is the ugly end of history, we shall remind him.
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