The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has denied an allegation made by Gyedu-Blay Ambolley that MUSIGA executives were involved in visa racketeering.
According to Ambolley,, the union’s office was being used to facilitate visas illegally for people who were not members of the union.
Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, who was speaking in an interview on Showbiz 927 on 3FM recently, did not mention who exactly was involved in the illegal deals but noted that it was rampant at the union’s office.
Reacting to the allegation, Bessa Simons the acting president of MUSIGA, in an interview with BEATWAVES denied the allegation saying none of the national executives were involved in visa deals.
He challenged Ambolley to support his allegation with documentary evidence.
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He told BEATWAVES that Ambolley started finding faults with MUSIGA executives after he lost an election some years back.
He indicated that Ambolley was well known when it came to making unfounded allegations against MUSIGA and its executives. He wondered when Ambolley would put an end to such charges.
He expressed sadness at attempts by certain individuals to destroy MUSIGA and the reputation of its executives with speculations.
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He added that Ambolley should rather focus on the projects being undertaken by the union to put Ghana’s music on the world map instead of tarnishing its image.