One of the contestants at the Musiga elections at the just ended congress by the Musicians Union of Ghana, Gyedu Blay Ambolley has rubbished the assertion that his failure to attend the swearing in ceremony of the new Musiga President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obuor was due to jealousy.

According to him, even though he lost the Presidency to the sensational Hip life artiste, he holds nothing against him.

“I don’t see why I should be jealous over someone’s success” he said.

Ambolley told Adom News that he had to attend to an equally important assignment hence his inability to attend the swearing in ceremony.

Out of the three contestants who were defeated at the Congress, only Nana Tuffour showed up for the event on.

Gyedu Blay Ambolley and Willie Roy were conspicuously absent at the colourful ceremony which took place at the Musiga hall in Accra.

Various meanings have been read into their failure to show up for the event; prominent among them is that their absence was motivated by jealousy because they could not stand the sight of Obour being sworn into office as Musiga President.

However according to Ambolley, he was working in the studio on his latest album which is yet to be released.

He told Adom News that he had a lot of work to do but suspended them due to the campaign he embarked on through out the nation prior to the congress.

“I have dedicated time to see to some unfinished business which is equally important” he said.

He disclosed that he is also preparing for an event in South Africa, stressing that this is part of the reasons why he could not make it to the ceremony.