The Association of Music Right Owners (AMRO.GH), an association made of Ghanaian musicians, has sacked highlife music maestro, Kojo Antwi, as its representative.
“The executive and general membership of AMRO have decided to withdraw Kojo Antwi from the GHAMRO board because we are not satisfied with his performance,” a letter dated March 20, 2014, signed by C.K Morrison and J.A Adofo, chairman and vice chairman of AMRO respectively stated.
The letter, which was copied to the Board Chairman of GHAMRO, however did not state reasons behind AMRO’s decision to kick out Kojo Antwi.
C.K Morrison, chairman of AMRO in a chat with 'Beatwaves' last Thursday, disclosed that the association’s decision to sack Kojo Antwi from GHAMRO board was based on Kojo Antwi’s failure to furnish the leadership of the association with information on GHAMRO’s activities, as well his irregular attendance to meetings, among others.
Source: George Clifford Owusu ([email protected])
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