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Entertainment of Sunday, 31 August 2014

Source: GhanaWeb

New Receiver Managers of GHAMRO promises to be transparent

The interim board of the Ghana Music Right Organization (GHAMRO) has released a statement spelling out strategies it intends to use in ensuring transparency with the affairs of the organization.

The statement, read by a member of the interim board and music publisher, Enock Agyepong, during the first press conference of GHAMRO on the 28th of August, 2014 at Oak Plaza, said as part of building transparency, the board will publish its financial Statements monthly in dailies at the Office Notice board and also a copy sent to AG.

The board will also hold Stakeholders meeting in October. “There is going to be an Open Door Policy. Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Linkedin and YouTube have been created for questions and suggestions and interactions”, he added.

Under the theme, “Current State of GHAMRO And The Way Forward”, the first Press Conference was organized, according to the board, to lay bare the current state of affairs of GHAMRO, what has been done since assuming the office and the way forward.

The interim Public Relations Officer, Kwame Nsiah Apau, also talked about the current state of GHAMRO’s account. He revealed that since their appointment as receiver managers, they have been able to receive an amount of twenty five thousand Ghana Cedis and saved in a Guaranty Trust Bank account.

The conference was also attended by veteran musicians like Nana Ampadu, Kojo Antwi, Ekaw Mikah, Randy Nono, Akosua Agyapong to mention a few.