Aftermath Of MUSIGA Election: Ambolley Goes To Court

Gyedu Blay Ambolley, a contestant for the just-ended Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) presidential race, has threatened to challenge Saturday’s election results at the court.

He claimed that election was rigged, adding that the winner, Bice Osei Kuffour, aka Obour, manipulated the election results.

Obour secured 88 out of the 133 votes cast to retain his seat as the president of the union.

Renowned sound engineer, Appiah Danquah, also known as Appietus, obtained 18 votes and highlife legend Gyedu Blay Ambolley managed to secure 22 votes out of the total valid votes cast.

Gyedu Blay Ambolley in an interview with Kumasi-based Ashh FM on Sunday mentioned that the ‘mafiarism’ in the music union overturned the election results which made Obour the sitting president to win.

The afro-jazz musician also alleged that he was denied the access to reach delegates during the campaign season by Obour and his executives.

He stressed that the root cause of the problems facing the union is bad leadership. “If you plant a bad seed, it produces bad fruits. That is what we are seeing at MUSIGA right now,’ he underscored.

Ambolley has since then held the belief that the current administration lacks the requisite skills and experience to man the affairs of the union.


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