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MUSIGA Telling Musicians To Buy Grand Ball Table For Gh10,000 Is Nonsense – Kwaw Kese

Kwaw Kese

Outspoken rap artiste, Kwaw Kese is not so happy with comments by the Musicians Union of Ghana that any Ghanaian artiste who wants to attend the annual Presidential Grand Ball should buy a table for a gargantuan amount.

The communication team of MUSIGA at a press soiree organised on Friday, January 12 told the mdia men gathered at the event including that the Grand Ball is organised to raise funds for the old musicians.

According to them, each table at the show is sold for Gh 10,000 so musicians who wish to be at the concert should cough-out the amount to purchase one table.

Kwaw Kese after reading’s report has questioned the public if the union’s statement makes sense. Speaking on Peace FM Saturday afternoon, Abodam expressed disappointment in leaders of the organisation for making such a comment when they organised their first press conference for the year 2018.

Disappointed Mr. Botchay could not fathom why MUSIGA would ask musicians to pay Gh10,000 before attending a show organised for them.

“I’ve heard MUSIGA has said that they sold tables for Grand Ball so if I want to attend I should also buy one for Gh10,000. Does that make sense? MUSIGA telling me to purchase a table after doing music for 12 years and counting. Instead of the association fighting for me, they are rather asking me to buy a table at Grand Ball for Gh10,000. Is Obour being a president to me” peeved Kwaw Kese told host of the show.

At the press event Kuami Eugene performed songs of Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, Sista Afia and Gallaxy. Watch his performance below:

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