Ace music producer Appiah Dankwa, popularly known as Appietus is asking that GHAMRO be treated and judged fairly. He believes that many artistes judge the music royalties collection organization based on hear-say.
Appietus shared his opinion on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z show last Saturday, July 2. He related to host George Quaye, “most of these people [musicians], if you ask them, have they been there, they’ll say no”.
He further detailed how a lot of musicians who lament on the operations of GHAMRO, actually fall short with regards to having concrete reasons and evidence for their stance. “Most of these guys, you ask them, have you gone there? Have you presented your work? They’ll tell you, no!”
Appietus who appeared to have a better understanding of GHAMRO’s operations had some words of praise for chairman of the organization, Rex Omar, insisting that he has been working hard albeit strict conditions to ensure the right things are done.
The ace producer insinuated that musicians should resort to heeding GHAMRO’s procedures and cooperate with its rules and regulations, to warrant assuming a position of criticism if things go wayward.
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