MUSIGA under Obour to get New Commissioned Multi Office and Car Park Complex
New documents by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to Musiga under Obour, has been commissioned to get new multi office and car park complex.
According to George Britton – The president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Mr. Bice Osei Kuffour has being under a lot of chastisement in time past, all in relation to his performance and achievement as the Head of the union, irrespective of this backlash and loud outcry by industry players about the deteriorating state of the industry, it’s obvious the president is focused and gradually getting some feather in his cap as he bags some achievements.Checkout: MUSIGA President Obour Debunks Akoo Nana’s ARREST
In recent developments, as part of the efforts to give MUSIGA a facelift. The Union’s head office that is located at the former passport office around the Independence Square will in some few days to come be defunct as the Union moves to a new location soon, this comes about as government under the Marine Drive Tourism Investment Project demolishes the now MUSIGA office to enable the project to be executed, hence the need to build the Union a new office space.
In a letter dated 13th July 2017 from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to MUSIGA, it was stated that the consortium in charge of the construction will construct a multi office and a car park complex for MUSIGA in consultation with the leadership of MUSIGA.Also checkout: TOP 20 Most Popular Songs in Ghana This Year – 2017
Speaking to the MUSIGA president, he told georgebritton.com “We would be relocating soon and that informed the decision not to waste money to renovate the old office, meanwhile as a Union that thinks about the welfare of its people, we have made provisions for our musicians to make use of the MUSIGA Academy facility at NAFTI for rehearsals for now as we get our new office ready”.
The president also stated that, plans are far advanced to roll out some initiatives for the benefit of the MUSIGA members in the coming year.