GH₵3 million of Ghana’s oil income was used to construct the capability of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), based on the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC).
Speaking on Starr FM’s the Morning Starr on Thursday, the Technical Manager of PIAC, Mark Agyemang additionally revealed that over 91 p.c of the whole oil income has already been utilized.
“We constructed the capability of MUSIGA. We did construct the capability of MUSIGA and it was GH₵3 million. MUSIGA and the overall capability constructing [example] like subsidy for exams price for college students, provision of college uniforms, textbooks, provision of chalks had been additionally capability constructing simply that a few of the cash discovered its method into areas that weren’t into the capability constructing like MASLOC, MUSIGA, Exim Bank and all these areas, you’ll not see their core capacity-building initiative.
“9% [oil revenue] went into the heritage fund, 21% went into the stabilization fund. 30% went to GNPC and 40% has been spent through the national budget…It’s important for Ghanaians to know that we’ve realized $6.523bn oil money and 91% of it has been utilized.”
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MUSIGA, Together in Rhythm!
Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) is an umbrella group that unites all musicians in Ghana regardless of life music style.
The musicians physique has been with out a substantive president for years now because of the injunction positioned on it by Greater Accra MUSIGA chairman, Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi.
On fifteenth March, 2021, an Accra High Court dismissed the election injunction introduced earlier than it by Ras Caleb, who additionally doubles as a presidential aspirant in MUSIGA elections.
Mr. Ahumah Bosco Ocansey, the Communications Director MUSIGA mentioned the event would come as excellent news for the affiliation, as they hope to elect new executives to spearhead the actions of the Union for the subsequent 4 years.
MUSIGA, additionally, not too long ago launched a marketing campaign to create consciousness concerning the COVID-19 pandemic by way of music and video messages.
The marketing campaign concerned a track, music video and video messages by musicians produced by MUSIGA and video messages that includes celebrities produced by the Creative Arts Council.
The marketing campaign aired/is airing on chosen radio and tv stations and can also be out there on-line on the social media handles of the celebrities and two organisations.
The track options Kofi Kinaata, Celestine Donkor, Pat Thomas and Amandzeba. Other artists on the observe embody Adane and Best and Samuel Kofi Agyemang.
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