Renowned Highlife musician Akosua Agyapong has defiantly stood her ground against the threats of a lawsuit by the Interim Management Committee of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO). She maintains that her claims about the committee’s unlawful operations are supported by concrete evidence, which she is willing to present if called upon.
In a report by Graphic Showbiz, Agyapong expressed her unwavering readiness to face any legal action initiated by GHAMRO. She remains undeterred by their threats, stating, “I am waiting for them. I don’t care at all if they want to sue me. I am very ready for them. If they think what I have been saying are lies, and they have their own truth somewhere, I am ever ready to face and confront them in court with facts.”
Agyapong firmly believes that GHAMRO’s attempts to silence her through legal action are baseless and intended to stifle her voice, something she adamantly refuses to comply with. She further emphasizes her conviction that these threats are merely a diversion from the real issues at hand.
Addressing the allegations made against her by GHAMRO members, Agyapong denies the claims of establishing a spinners association and profiting from it at the expense of GHAMRO’s financial stability. Confidently refuting these accusations, she states, “They said I had established a spinners association, and I have been collecting money from them and issuing receipts.
The truth will come out if I have or not. They claim I am saying things that are not true, but everything I am saying concerning them is from their annual report; the monies I mentioned are all coming from their annual report, and it’s the truth.”
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