Controversial Ghanaian musician, Kwame A Plus has called for the impeachment and prosecution of MUSIGA President Bice Osei Kufuor aka Obour.
It appears that some musicians are now tired of Obour and want him to step down as the Union’s President as soon as possible.
Some musicians like Shatta Wale, Akosua Agyepong, Nana Tabri and a host of others have not hidden their displeasure at Obour’s continuous stay in office and have been calling for his removal.
A Plus in a Facebook post, having been invited recently to be part of the Musicians Union of Ghana presidential advisory committee, called on fellow musicians to come together and impeach Obour or he will cease to be a part of the committee.
“Obour has failed to tell us who and who gave part of the musicians union of Ghana building to a church for rent, how much was charged and where the proceeds go.
“Obour has failed to account to us how much we spend on MUSIGA events organization, proceeds from such events as the Ghana Music Week and the MUSIGA Grand Ball and how the money is used if any.
“Obour must tell us how much of the two million Ghana cedis tax payers’ money meant for creative arts came to him/MUSIGA and how the money was disbursed.
“Obour must tell us how many people MUSIGA has taken on foreign trips and how many of them have returned to Ghana over the years
“Obour must explain why even after renting part of our office building out to a church, the union has not been able to put even dirty oil on the building as paint and has left the MUSIGA building in such a dilapidated state.
“Obour must tell us who are signatories to the musicians union of Ghana account and which bank/banks we save with”.
He concluded, “These are just a few of the many questions I want answers for and I’ll only be part of your committee that is set up to investigate President Obour and possibly prosecute him.”
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