07 July 2017

I’m confident GHAMRO will be on track – Nana Ampadu

Ghanaian highlife great Nana Ampadu is hopeful Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) will live up to expectation.

The actor cum musician told Kasapafmonline.com, musicians and other stakeholders should exercise patience and allow the newly appointed executives to function effectively.

According to him, there are lot of issues concerning musicians royalties but believe GHAMRO needs ample time to work on the data system used for recording royalties.

“GHAMRO is doing well but if something gets disorganised, it takes time to rectify the mistakes… a lot went wrong but structures are being put in place. For me I’m not worried I believe GHAMRO will be on the right pathway soon,” Nana Ampadu told KasapaFM.

There have been a long standing rancour between some musicians and GHAMRO over what they claimed as abysmal royalties being distributed to them.

Other musicians have also applauded the effort of the collective society due to tremendous improvement with regards to their royalties.

GHAMRO established under Copyright Act 690 of 2005and regulated by Legislative Instrument 1962 of 2010, is the only organization mandated by the Attorney General and Ministry of Justice to license, collect and distribute royalties on behalf of music right holders in Ghana.

Nana Ampadu talks GHAMRO

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