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Kwaw Kese Responds to GHAMRO’s Reports That He Has Ghc13K After His Recent Uproar

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Kwaw Kese Responds to GHAMRO’s Reports That He Has Ghc13K After His Recent Uproar

Madtime Entertainment CEO Kwaw Kese has addressed rumors that he is owed Ghc13,000 from the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO).

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After Ghanaian entertainment writer Kwame Dadzie asked interim Chairman Of GHAMRO Rex Omar about the lack of royalties paid to Kwaw Kese over the years, Omar revealed the situation on social media.

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Kwaw Kese, a former host on Citi TV/FM, expressed his gratitude to Kwame Dadzie in a tweet in response to Dadzie’s attempts to receive an explanation for the situation from the appropriate sources.

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Since he had not received any royalties as a musician in over twenty years, he went on to say that he planned to meet GHAMRO and claim his money even though he believed the sum being stated to be too tiny.

 

This ends the social media drama, although one would question why GHAMRO hasn’t given the ‘odo adaadaame’ hitmaker this money all along.

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According to acting chairman Rex Omar, they were hanging onto the money since he hadn’t updated his data when the old COSGA was split into three CMOs, birthing GHAMRO for musicians.

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