Veteran Highlife singer Nana Kwame Ampadu has described the decision of Musiga President Obour to focus on unity as his top priority as a most appropriate step.
Nana Ampadu’s assertion comes four days after the inauguration of Obuor as President of Musiga.
The spokesperson for Musiga, Okyeame Kwame told Hitz FM that the priority of the new executive is to concentrate on uniting musicians in the country.
According to Okyeame Kwame, this is to bridge the gap between the old school and the new school – highlife and hiplife musicians.
Nana Ampadu told Hitz FM that the decision to focus on unity at this stage is the best for the union and a step in the right direction.
“I am of the view that should be his first priority because without unity, the going will be tough”.
He noted that Obour has called on him among other musicians to support him and he is willing to wholeheartedly support him to ensure the best for the union.
Nana Ampadu also indicated that he believes Obour and his administration have good intentions for the Union so he is excited at hearing what he wants to drive first.
He noted that for some years now, the union has been experiencing pettiness, bickering, accusations and counter accusations and once these are dealt with, Obour and his administration will be able to create peace and unity amongst members and Ghana as a whole.
Nana Kwame Ampadu, a former Musiga General Secretary is currently engaged in evangelism and scriptwriting, writing scripts for movie producers including Damfo B.A.