Stonebwoy has suggested to Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) to allow a private entity to run the affairs of the union.
According to him, the private entity should be able to carry that mandate with support and collaboration from government.
In a tweet on Tuesday, he said it was in the union’s best interest to do so.
“Musicians Association of Ghana…I think a private entity should take over the affairs and let’s run itin collaboration with Govt,” he tweeted in addition to a snapshots of comments by other music stakeholders.
“The president of MUSIGA tenure expired in 2019 and didn’t have the authority to act afterwards Deborah Freeman,” one of the snapshot comments read.
Stonebwoy’s statement comes at the time reports say the union’s election to elect its new president is in limbo.
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