Former President of the Ghana Music Union (MUSIGA) Obour has reacted to corruption claims made by Ghanaian artistes Criss Waddle and D-Black against him to derail his chances of winning the upcoming parliamentary primary in the Asante Akyem South constituency.
Responding, Obour told ABC News thus: “I came to MUSIGA with a plan and to the best of my understanding and to the best of my abilities, I executed the plan fully.”
“I can sue them for defamation but I feel strongly that people who are discerning will not just join the bandwagon.
We know that if people are corrupt, they are prosecuted and I think the whole musician body cannot be fooled. Supposing it is some group saying this, we have the whole musician body.”
Obour further added that the people of Asante Akyem and by extension, Ghanaians were discerning and could decide who to vote for in the upcoming NPP primaries.