Obour and 4 other MUSIGA executives in ‘trouble’


Bice Osei Kuffour is a Ghanaian hiplife musician, known popularly by the name Obour, which means “stone” in the Akan language. He being the immediate past president of the Musicians Union of Ghana with four other executives have been sued.

Greater Accra based Regional Chairman of the union, Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi is the plaintiff.

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The four others are acting MUSIGA President, Mr Henry Bessa Simons, Acting 1st Vice President Rev. Dr Thomas Harry Yawson, National Treasurer and Acting Administrator, Mr Samuel Kofi Agyeman and Ahuma Bosco Ocansey, Director of Communications and Special Projects.

A statement enforced by Mr Appiah-Levi, who is an aspiring President, alleges that the administration elected to steer affairs of the union were not transparent whatsoever, adding they left office without any proper handing over notes. Proper records has to be taken and the right thing must be done.

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Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi however finds it prudent to request for a forensic audit and accountability of the former MUSIGA president and his administration.

This is in account of the administration’s leadership of service at MUSIGA from 2011 to date.

Read the summons below:

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