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GHAMRO member Diana Hopeson warns Akosua Agyapong of legal action for spreading false rumors

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GHAMRO member Diana Hopeson warns Akosua Agyapong of legal action for spreading false rumors

The Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) has issued a stern warning to veteran highlife musician Akosua Agyapong, threatening legal action for spreading false rumours against the organization.

Diana Hopeson, a board member of GHAMRO, revealed this in a radio interview with Rainbow Radio in Accra.

According to Hopeson, who is a former president of MUSIGHA, the allegations made by certain GHAMRO members, particularly Akosua Agyapong, have contributed to the current challenges and delay in obtaining the organization’s license to operate.

“In addition to that, some members, including Akosua Adjepong, continue to spread false rumors about the organization and advise businesses not to pay royalties,” Hopeson said.

She further emphasized Agyapong’s aversion to GHAMRO and expressed the organization’s readiness to take legal action. Hopeson stated, “GHAMRO is prepared to go to court this time because whatever she is doing is impacting GHAMRO.”

Expressing her disappointment, Hopeson continued, “Akosua Agyapong keeps spreading false rumours that we are operating illegally, so we are prepared to take her on legally. She wants to be in charge, therefore she is on a mission to ruin us, but when elections come around, she does not file to run.”

Hopeson highlighted that Adjepong’s actions are in violation of the organization’s laws, which state that dragging the name of the organization through the dirt may result in a penalty.

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She mentioned that GHAMRO has repeatedly requested Adjepong’s appearance to address the issues but she has failed to comply.

Akosua Agyapong had previously called for the closure of GHAMRO, claiming that the interim management committee, led by Rex Omar as Chairman, was operating illegally without proper backing by law. Adjepong pointed out that GHAMRO’s license had not been renewed by the office of the Attorney General, questioning the legitimacy of the organization’s current management.

While GHAMRO had hoped for the renewal of its license, the organization faced a setback when Rex Omar, Executive Director of the Interim Board, announced at a press conference on June 1 that the Attorney General had declined to renew their license.

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