Entertainment of Friday, 14 August 2020
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The Chairperson of the United Anxious Musicians (UNICOM) of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO), Akosua Agyapong, has questioned the existence of the royalty assortment and distribution physique due to the fact, in her check out, it would seem to be bankrupt.
She discussed that GHAMRO is bankrupt since the sums of dollars they accumulate do not mirror in the disbursement to its associates, describing that the royalty assortment and distribution physique has three most important resources of finance into which dollars has been pumped above the several years.
In accordance to her, “GHAMRO is financed from three resources: blank levy from the federal government, licence income from the media and hospitality outlets and royalties.”
She stressed that income from these sources occur in large sums but are poorly distributed.
Wielding a large pile of documents from which she built references, she cited numerous circumstances and channels through which cash will get to GHAMRO but is not evenly dispersed.
Talking to Kojo Preko Dankwa on CTV’s The Showbiz Exhibit on Friday, 14 August 2020, Akosua Agyapong explained the canker that exists at GHAMRO is as a result of mismanagement from the leadership above the yrs.
The Public Relations Officer (Pro) and Advisor of UNICOM, Hagan Awuku, rehashed the situation at GHAMRO, incorporating that only a segment of innovative art industry gamers are benefitting although the other faction is currently being taken for granted.
“Being taken for granted is agonizing,” he stated.
“There is a preferred notion that there is no money at GHAMRO but if you look at critically, you will discover that there’s basically a great deal of revenue there,” he noted.
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