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Working at GHAMRO was disheartening – Okyeame Kwame

Ghanaian musician Okyeame Kwame has discussed his experiences as a staff member of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO).


Having worked for GHAMRO for five years, he clarified that he had a bad encounter that left him with negative impressions of the company.

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He explained that the institution was disorganised due to inadequate supervision and that no one seemed to be concerned about the work of their coworkers.


Speaking on MzGee-hosted United Showbiz on UTV, which GhanaWeb monitors, Okyeame Kwame described why his experience working at GHAMRO was “disheartening.”


“I spent seven months working at GHAMRO, and it was a discouraging experience. There are occasions when someone files an order to sabotage the entire election process after we have scheduled it and the allotted time has passed. I was so heartbroken when I left GHAMRO that it took me five years to visit again.

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“You could end up dead if you put your all into GHAMRO work.” This is the reason we find it difficult to discuss the institution on the radio—your superiors or subordinates do not care about you,” the man stated.


According to him, it is about time GHAMRO takes the required action to guarantee that those involved in the creative arts sector receive the proper compensation so they can live better lives.


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